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Cannot Pull Image

Created: 10 Sep 2013 | 3 comments

Hello - I am in the process of setting up a new Ghost server as a backup to an existing, and working, instance already in operation. While testing, I have found that I cannot pull an image from a test computer. Each time I run the task, it fails. The event details list "Drivers could not be found for the following devices", then it lists a few items around Intel drivers. The funny part is that the computer I am trying to pull and image from image was imaged by the original Ghost server and it already has a Ghost Boot Partition on it. I know that partition works, so why can't my new Ghost server boot the same client that the original Ghost server could?

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EdT's picture

Not really enough information provided here to enable a realistic response.

What version of Ghost?

If booting to a virtual partition, using WinPE, it looks like your WinPE build lacks drivers for the stated devices.

Also, is the test machine's client pointing to the old Ghost server?

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JasonRW's picture

Hi,

The test machine is not pointing to the old server, but the new one. I installed the Ghost client from within Windows. I tried adding the Vista 32-bit drivers for the hardware in question, to WinPE, but still no luck.

Thanks

EdT's picture

What makes you think "still no luck" ?

Please bear in mind that we are not able to look over your shoulder and see any messages that appear on the screen, etc, so unless you are able to provide this information, we are wasting each other's time.

If your issue has been solved, please use the "Mark as Solution" link on the most relevant thread.