Problem with system after imaging

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by trooper11, Sep 6, 2007.

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  1. trooper11

    trooper11 Registered Member

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    Im running True Image Workstation to manage an Image I use on several pcs with the same hardware configuration. Ive been in the process of restore each of these pcs with this created image, but two pcs are unable to boot into Vista after the image restoration completes successfully.

    The strange thing is that only these two pcs are having an issues, three others imaged fine and boot as they should. The two pcs come up with the same blue screen error after seeing the Vista loading bar for a moment:

    Stop: 0x0000007B (0x80404BA0, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)



    After a bit of research, it seems that this is related to a hard drive issue, but Im still exactly sure what. The hard drives are testing out fine physically. Im still trying some Vista repair options like FIXMBR or REBUILDBCD, but I was wondering if anyone had any other ideas.

    Also, Ive tried imaging each system again, but it still results in this blue screen error. Thanks.
     
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    Google may be your friend on this one :) .

    Have a look here. It looks like it might help.

    Graham
     
  3. trooper11

    trooper11 Registered Member

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    A little additional info:

    Ive tried FIXMBR and also went through the process of manually resetting the BCD using the Vista Recovery console on the cd but neither have fixed the issue. I havent tried fixboot yet, but I was hoping I wouldnt have to scrap the partition info. Of course since this is an image, Im not worried about loosing data, but Id hate to have to go through the long imaging process again.
     
  4. trooper11

    trooper11 Registered Member

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    The only problem with that is its Xp and Im working with Vista, but Ill see if any of it can help.

    A google search thus far hasnt given me any succesful answers, but ill keep looking
     
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