I can read, I assume for #6 above is directed at my response.
My response addresses why the idea is not practical. By the time you provide missing drivers for all the different configurations you will spend more time than if you just installed from the CD.
That is if you can even get the image to boot. If SATA controller drivers are not part of the image and the BIOS is not set to use IDE settings Windows won't even boot.
Perhaps manojg can elaborate on why they are asking this question to start.
Sysprep is intended for multiple computers with very similar hardware. That is probably not the case here.