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Trouble Deploying Win7 with 2 physical drives

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i seem to be having trouble getting the task sequence to run on our engineering specific model of desktop, Dell Precision T3600 with Windows 7 x64. they are being ordered with two 500GB drives and for some reason i cant seem to get the task sequence to complete. i did however finally get the machines imaged by physically disconnecting one of the drives as we had 200+ machines come in for a departmental PC refresh. now i really want to backtrack and see if i can get the image to work with both drives connected.

 

i am still very new at SCCM so i am struggling with the most basic of tasks, however, i have enjoyed learning and love working with it!

 

I honestly dont really care if the two drives are partitioned into one single drive (dont think thats possible without a RAID card) or if one drive acts as the primary master and the other drive is a slave drive

 

Here is how my task seq is setup:

 

Jason

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So i wanted to run the task seq today so i can post the exact error. here is what i get: 0x80070490

 

Staging boot image PTC000B9 TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:11 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Buffer was too small to get disk layout. Trying again with 1248 bytes TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
The system disk is partitioned, but a system partition is not defined TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Searching for volume that can be set as the system volume TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume F:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume G:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume H:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume I:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume J:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume C:\ is not on disk &u TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume D:\ is not on disk &u TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume E:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Volume X:\ is not on a fixed disk TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
FindBootableVolume(&iSystemDisk, sVolumeToActivate), HRESULT=80070490 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\bootimage.cpp,510) TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Unable to find a partition on the system disk that can be set as active TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
ValidateSystemPartition(), HRESULT=80070490 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\bootimage.cpp,897) TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Failed to prepare the system partition for staging.
Element not found. (Error: 80070490; Source: Windows) TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
BootImage::PrepareForStaging(sLocalDataPath), HRESULT=80070490 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\bootimage.cpp,674) TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
TS::Boot::BootImage::StageBootImage( pAssociatedWinPE->GetPackageID(), TsBootProgress, pv, hCancelEvent), HRESULT=80070490 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\tasksequence\tsmbootstrap\tsmediawizardcontrol.cpp,1850) TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Failed to stage WinPE. Code(0x80070490) TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)
Command line for extension .exe is "%1" %* TSMBootstrap 12/17/2013 7:46:14 AM 1268 (0x04F4)

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