When you built the script, there is a setting for what the boot partition is. Most commonly you will see this error of that setting is incorrect.
Deploy the captured build back to the machine via PXE and you'll probably find it boot up fine. Then play with the partition number until you get the right one.
If you need to correct this manually, if you boot into winPE on that machine and open a command prompt you can run the diskpart.exe tool and in here do things like:
select disk n (where n is the disk number)
select partition n (where n is the partition number)
active (to set it as the active boot partition)
the tool itself has basic help built in so you can see the things you could do.
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Thanks Mark. That works.