1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 29, 2013 1:51 PM by nanodroid

    Can't load Kernel File???


      I was trying to deply a windows 7 image from that I took from landesk 9 sp3. It booted into the PXE server and landesk started push the image to the machine. I walked away for about 30 minutes. When I got back I saw a black screen that said. With no options to move foward


      Loading DRMK V8.00...

      Can't load kernel file



      I rebooted the machine and I still see this error. What does that mean and how do I fix it?

        • 1. Re: Can't load Kernel File???

          You need to put the /t switch in the deploy script batch file, that is the box that shows up when you hit save on the deploy configuration.  Please see example at the bottom: this is a known issue:


          There is a known resolution to this if using ImageW. ImageW has an option to re-write a default MBR (/t). To add this option to your script:
          Right click on the OSD script in the console and select Advanced Edit
          Locate the line containing the imaging command
          Add a /t to the command line
          Save and close the script

          The command line, after modifying should resemble the following:
          REMEXEC21=h:\osd\imaging\2.0\imagew.exe /r /o /t /d:0 /f:"i:\image.tbi" /rb:0

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