Joined Mar Location Canada Posts So it may be worth trying some of the other drivers – look for someting similar to your existing one. Great free program that does much more. I have some questions though. Fri Jun 19, 3:

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Oh yes, I tried feeding the intel drivers to the setup, of course. May 13, Posts: This is a lot of trouble to put a square peg into a round hole.

Jun 9, Posts: Sign in to vote. BSOD upon shutdown with no reference to a specific file but the following error code: Joined May Posts 1.

Dell Optiplex AHCI sysprep & driver problem

Thursday, April 30, 9: Reboot again and it should work. On the image refresh, we are applying SP3. Who wants to run in ATA?

Using sysprep with modified sysprep. Had a nightmate getting XP optuplex an Optiplexhad to resort to an nlite XP disc with integrated sata drivers.


The reg file for the ich10r is on page 11, and it worked for me. Joined Jan Posts 1. I run ghost and image the machine with XPSP3 that includes all of the drivers needed.

Before I try Ned’s most excellent suggestion Guess I was doing this wrong. We’ll see if the registry fix makes any difference.

Optiplex Imaging Issue – Ars Technica OpenForum

Was hoping to integrate the image into the GX, and image we have but got the blue screen. Thursday, July 9, Hi all, Yes, BobThe Terrible’s idea works too.

Jul 20, Posts: Fri Jun 19, 3: This method has been fine for Optiplex,and Latitude D, D, and Precision M series machines. Sat Jun 20, 5: The nLite options is not possible for us since the image we use is delivered to us.

By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Thanks and a really good time saver.

Optiplex 760 Imaging Issue

Try updating your OSDWinpe. I found this thread.


Oh how I wish Wednesday, January 21, 8: Ciconia, I had a feeling that rebuilding the image from scratch with a base AHCI machine might do the trick. This worked like a charm! Restart and windows should automatically install the ACHI mode drivers.