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Cant Boot my OS after using sysprep

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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Hi guyz,
I have been installing WDS in order to be able to do OS implementations easy.
I have tried to create my first work image,
I ran sysprep /oobe /generalization on my HP Z800 system with windows7 64 bit,
after that, I cannot boot to my system anymore,
I get a massage that sais that setting cant be finished, try again after restarting the system,
and its just looping back like that,
I tries last known setting that worked, but still acts the same.
please help!

The Best Answer

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OK so you need to find out what the actual error is. The message Windows shows you is a generic message, and is incorrect in stating that a reboot will solve the problem. So to make things easiest, redeploy the image and let it get to the point where it
shows you that error message. You might want to watch the boot process to see if it encounters a bugcheck, as an unexpected restart will also cause the installation to fail.
Then when you get the error, click the OK to reboot but now instead you want to boot into a WinPE of some sort. Then you can get to the log file, which should be in c:\windows\panther. (Drive letter may be different)
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