Not sure but looks like bad image.
Your having exactlly the same error message as I'm getting. I think the ldvpe img file needs to be populated with the Sata driver. Did you already have the LANDesk client installed??
Also are you trying to image a modified image.??
This issue generally occurs due to some type of corruption in the ldvpe1.img file on the core server. Try restoring this file from a backup, if you have one. Otherwise, you can get this from the extracted install files in 8.8 or SP1. Below is an article that talks about the process to restore the ldvpe1.img if it becomes corrupt. Hopefully this helps:
I have a similar problem, but t doesn't seem to have anything to do with a broken ldvpe1.img file, because the problem started when I added a SATA driver to the image, and when removing those drivers the problem went away. The computer I', using is an HP Compaq 8510p laptop, and I downloaded the drivers from the HP site.
We've the same problem after adding this driver. The only way to solve it was
- to remove the driver and
- to change the setting in BIOS from AHCI to ATA.
Try this solution out at dropped packets
This seems to mirror the solution i used to allow intel sata drivers to work in an old fashioned unattended installation
I was able to use trent's answer and combine it with an unorthodoxed method of my own. I edited the default driver selection in the txtsetup.oem and when I booted to pxe it told me it couldn't find the iastor.sys file. So I added the SATA driver as a nic driver and pointed to the iaachi.inf and the iastor.sys and then grabbed the other files as extras. I booted the laptop to pxe and it came right up. This is on a HP 6440b probook with the intel sata driver needing to be defaulted to:
scsi = iaAHCI_PCHM_1
iaAHCI_PCHM_1 = "Intel(R) PCHM SATA AHCI Controller 6 Port"
Lesson learned: don't assume the computer knows how to pick the device driver.
another trick you could do is add a line in your OSD script that will inject the file in the right spot that sysprep is looking for, like this:
REMEXEC35=cmd /c xcopy /e /i %source%\iaStor.sys c:\windows\i386\system32\driver.0\iaStor.sys