Image Deployment Error: to Virtual Partition - client timed out
I'm using Ghost 18.104.22.1686 to deploy images to about 30 HP xw4600 workstations at my work. The computers are broken up into two groups, each group in a different room and on different subnets. I've been deploying to images to the computers in Group/Room 1 with no problem since setting up the environment last year. We purchased them last year and they are located on the same subnet as the ghost server. I'm setting up the Group/Room 2 computers in a new room on a different subnet. The Group 2 computers are relatively new xw4600s and I think they might have a different SATA controller then the older ones in Group 1, but I don't think that has to do with the problem. Here's the problem:
When I deploy an image (XP Pro) to a Group 2 computer the task eventually fails in the 'To Virtual Partition' step with 'Client Timed Out' in the details. All of the computers have good connections to the Ghost Server and the image tries to deploy so I don't think the different subnet is part of the problem. The same image deploys to the computers in Group 1 no problem and are all of the settings for the Group 2 computers are the same in the Ghost Console. They are all configured to use the default WinPE PreOS. For the network settings they are all using the Broadcom BCM57xx template. Everything is the same from what I can tell.
I haven't updated the Broadcom network driver in the console because it is working for all of the older computers in Group 1. But if the NIC driver changed in the last few months it is possible that the console doesn't have the right driver for the new Group 2 computers.
Should I download a new driver?
Any ideas why the deployment fails to the new computers?
Appreciate all suggestions.