Try updating your OSDWinpe. The nLite options is not possible for us since the image we use is delivered to us. Wednesday, January 7, 4: This worked like a charm! We have not found an automated method of changing the BIOS setting short of ordering the machines set that way. Is any way I can make a flat image with XP3 that have the drivers loaded that can work also for the Dell E series laptops or do I have to make separate images?
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Special instructions for Dell Optiplex 780
Tuesday, January 20, 7: Thursday, May 28, 6: Wednesday, March 17, 3: If you need some screenshots for a different model, but to give you the idea then check out systemcentertools. This is a lot of trouble xhci put a square peg into a round hole. Nothing in the event logs.
Thursday, March 19, 1: Download Copy the file onto the computer somewhere like c: Fixed my issue with imaging in AHCI mode. Switching this function allowed the system to work for me.
The nLite options is not possible for us since the image we use is delivered to us. So I dont have much of the experience with this setup.
Thursday, March 19, 8: Configuration Manager General. We have found this to be the case with Precision T, T, and T, as well as some newer Optiplex units.
Dell Optiplex AHCI sysprep & driver problem
Not an IT pro? V Microsoft employee, Moderator Thursday, February 19, Tuesday, March 17, Build a master machine on VMware 2.
Monday, March 23, 4: Going to try to capture an image from that machine and see what happens: Reboot the machine and the Windows logo with the blue status bar appears. Make Sysprep on this VMware machine and make an image of it 5. Configuration Manager General.
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The ControlFlags section does not impact this issue, it merely removes the device listing from certain user interface displays. You might find a way to build an image with the right storage driver settings, but we haven’t invested a lot of time into it. I’ve tried the one on Dell’s website Version 8.