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  1. Is the answer still to this issue is I have to build all new images if I want to use 1809?
  2. What I do it disable the non SSD drive in the bios, image the pc then re-enable it in the bios after the pc has booted to the desktop for the first time.
  3. I have tried to image 2 different computers this morning, 1 Dell and 1 Lenovo Thinkpad and both are getting the following error when it located the platform packs. Unable to open the Platform pack. The platform pack may be corrupt. I deleted the the platform packs and downloaded them again still getting the issue. I am on version 2.0.3005
  4. When applying a windows 7 image to a HP laptop 450 G2 i get the unable to inject necessary drivers error right before the image is done. I have enclosed the logs I pulled from the laptop. Deploy.log
  5. I have a windows 10 ( Creator edition 1709) image that is 35 gigs that takes about 80 minutes to capture once it starts the capture phase. I have another windows 10 image ( Creator edition 1709) that is 40 gigs that only takes 45 mins at the most. I have cleaned up the image as much as possible by removing temp files, pagesys files and restore points. My host pc is 8 gigs of ram running windows 10. It runs nothing else but SmartDeploy and my virtual images I am on version 2.0.2097 of SmartDeploy. Any ideas why this one is taking so long?
  6. I am using the latest version 2.0.2010 and I have re-captured and re-created the boot media via the Media Wizard, still the same issue. I will email support. Thank you.
  7. I am working with a HP ZBook 15 U G3 that once I image the laptop and it reboots for the first time to continue the setup that is when it will blue screen,then it reboots again and my 2 choices are load Windows normally or start Windows repair. Neither option works. Any ideas?
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