Blue screen after image push
I have been running into some issues lately while pushing an image to a few of my lab computers. Recently I created a fresh installation of windows with all my labs required software and profile configurations. I sysprepped the machine created a disk image and then pushed the image to a different machine. The image pushes successfully and windows successfully starts its initial bootup process. However after the first restart while the computer is booting it halts with a blue screen error 0x000007e. The sysprep file I am using is the same I have used for images in the past, and the process is unchanged in how I take an image and push them. I did notice something different, when it is pushing the image ghost logs an error and lists some other information in the startnet.cmd window. The error file is ghserr.txt or some other file name. I have not beeen able to verify what it is exactly cause it scrolls rather quickly before it reboots after pushing an image. It does however list windows as being d:\windows instead of c:\windows. Is there an issue with how I am taking the ghost image? I use a standalone ghostcast session to take the image and when testing the image i also push it using a standalone session.
I am rather stumped as this problem has apparently only happened once in the last 5 years when the school of engineering first started pushing windows 7 images. Where is this ghost error file logged and stored? And in my sysprep persistdeviceinstalls is set to false.
Maybe I made a simple mistake that someone will quickly pointout. Thanks in advance,