4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 2, 2012 11:03 PM by mmalinowski

    OSD Capturing Win 7 64 Bit image

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      Hi

       

      I have a Lenovo MT - M 4518 - G4M running Windows 7 64 bit.  I am trying to do a OSD WinPE capture using Landesk9 service pack 2. It fails

       

      "Failed to get localhost IP address..." 

       

       

       

      I am fairly convince this is a driver issue. When I hop on to the pc, open a new console (after I have received the error) and try and issue a ipconfig -renew, I get

       

      ".... The operation failed as no adapter is in the state permissible for this opertation "

       

       

      To this end I went into Manage the Drivers in a WinPE image in the OSD and added the drivers (Well what I thought to be the applicable drivers).

      When it tried to do a capture, I see the following lines:

       

      "...

      X:\Windows\System32\cba8\LDDevLoad.exe

      [LDDrvLoad:] This is not a valid folder name, cFileName = .

      [LDDrvLoad:] This is not a valid folder name, cFileName = ..

      [LDDrvLoad:] The next folder name is MT_M 5418 _ G4M 32 bit

      [LDDrvLoad:] The next folder name is MT_M 5418 _ G4M 64 bit

      [LDDrvLoad:] Driver Inf FilePath X:\InstalledDrivers\Lenovo MT-M 4518 _ G4M 32 bit

      [LDDrvLoad:] Driver Inf FilePath X:\InstalledDrivers\Lenovo MT-M 4518 _ G4M 64 bit

      DrvLoad: Successfully loaded X:\InstalledDrivers\Lenovo MT-M 4518 _ G4M 32 bit\e1c6232.inf

      DrvLoad: Successfully loaded X:\InstalledDrivers\Lenovo MT-M 4518 _ G4M 32 bit\e1c62x64.inf

      ...

      "Failed to get localhost IP address.."

       

      Does the above mean my drivers were loaded successfully even though there were error messages? I dont know why Im getting the

      [LDDrvLoad:] This is not a valid folder name, cFileName = .

      [LDDrvLoad:] This is not a valid folder name, cFileName = ..

      error as I have all the driver info in one folder.

       

      What drivers should I use (the 32 or 64 bit) for the default WinPE? Are ther other drivers I should install?

       

      Any advice would be appreciated.

       

      Regards

      Mike