Many of the new HP computers come equipped with the latest SATA drivers. This has caused a number of issues including Bluescreens and "Disk Drive Not Found" errors. For those of you who already have SATA set up in your Windows PE PXE image, you'll need to make adjustments to the Boot Disk Creator (BDC) in order to image this machine. We ran into this problem with the new HP 6910P laptop model, and more are sure to come.
This assumes Windows PE, and DS 6.5/8
The KB on adding the SATA drivers is still correct but you may find newer models that run the ICH8M or ICH9M driver, instead the ICH7M. Obviously you have to still support both, but they do not play well with each other when imaging with DS.
Originally, when you added SATA drivers, (ICH7M) you built the folder structure in the BDC under WinPE>I386>system32>diskdrivers>iaahci, per the KB article. Unfortunately, these older drivers do not work with the newer versions of SATA now appearing on the...