ris on ibm 6568 network card drivers

Ibm / Netvisata 6568
August 6, 2009 at 03:02:24
Specs: Windows 2000
Hi
I am running a windows 2003 server with all services for RIS and Deployment, i have created a base image of windows 2000 pro. i am having difficulty installing the image on an IBM Netvista type 6568 workstation. the error message is:

"The operating system image you selected does not contain the necessary drivers for your network adapter. Try selecting a different operating system image. If the problem persists, contact your administrator. Setup cannot continue. Press any key to exit. " can anyone help with the problem i having


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#1
August 6, 2009 at 08:19:21
"The operating system image you selected does not contain the necessary drivers for your network adapter

That error message is pretty much self explanatory. If you compare the NIC on the unit you're trying to install the image on and the NIC on the unit you prepared the image from, I'll bet they're different.

If memory serves me, there is a way to have the image scan for hardware when it's deployed. Barring that, you'd have to create a new image with the PC in question.


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#2
August 6, 2009 at 11:36:18
i have sorted that problem out, but now i have another, i get a blue screen error which reads "STOP:0x0000006B (0xC000003A,0x00000002,0x00000000,0x00000000)
> PROCESS1_INITIALIZATION_FAILED "

a bluse screen error occurs before it starts to copy files to the hdd.

please assist


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#3
August 8, 2009 at 05:12:47
Has any got any answers for me

your help would be appreciatted


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#4
August 8, 2009 at 06:04:34
A quick google search of the error: STOP:0x0000006B (0xC000003A,0x00000002,0x00000000,0x00000000) yielded the following: links from the google search Start going through them. Ignore the first couple that require you to install some registry cleaner crap but look over the rest in turn until you (hopefully) find one that solves your issue.

I've resolved quite a few BSOD's that way.


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