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chrisfairley

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OSD Woes Tuesday, September 03, 2013 2:53 AM (permalink)
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Hi
I'm hoping someone can help as I've been battering against this now for a LONG time and it's really doing my head in now!!!
 
We have SCCM 2012 installed on a 2012 Server. Everything works fine, apart from OSD.
 
The target laptop boots and gets IP address fine. It gets the advertised task fine, and starts up WINPE. But then it gets to "Preparing Network Connections" and fails.....
 
I've injected every driver I can find under the sun (one at a time, and removing failed ones), but nothing seems to work. When WinPE comes up, I press F8 and do IP config, and get nothing. It stays like this until the preparing network connection fails, and then instantly gets an IP address!!!!
 
the SMSTS log shows:
 
<![LOG[LOGGING: Finalize process ID set to 736]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.727+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="tslogging.cpp:1495"><![LOG[==============================[ TSBootShell.exe ]==============================]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.727+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="bootshell.cpp:1052"><![LOG[Succeeded loading resource DLL 'X:\sms\bin\i386\1033\TSRES.DLL']LOG]!><time="16:20:07.727+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="util.cpp:963"><![LOG[Debug shell is enabled]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.727+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="bootshell.cpp:1063"><![LOG[Waiting for PNP initialization...]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:60"><![LOG[RAM Disk Boot Path: NET(0)\SMSIMAGES\MEL00002\BOOT.MEL00002.WIM]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="configpath.cpp:186"><![LOG[Booted from network (PXE)]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="configpath.cpp:201"><![LOG[Network(PXE) path: X:\sms\data\]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="configpath.cpp:203"><![LOG[Found config path X:\sms\data\]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:545"><![LOG[Booting from removable media, not restoring bootloaders on hard drive]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:579"><![LOG[X:\sms\data\WinPE does not exist.]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:596"><![LOG[X:\_SmsTsWinPE\WinPE does not exist.]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.789+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:610"><![LOG[Executing command line: wpeinit.exe -winpe]LOG]!><time="16:20:07.805+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:857"><![LOG[Executing command line: X:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /k]LOG]!><time="16:20:09.495+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="bootshell.cpp:857"><![LOG[The command completed successfully.]LOG]!><time="16:20:09.495+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="bootshell.cpp:939"><![LOG[Successfully launched command shell.]LOG]!><time="16:20:09.495+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="740" file="bootshell.cpp:430"><![LOG[The command completed successfully.]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.143+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:939"><![LOG[Starting DNS client service.]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.143+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:663"><![LOG[Executing command line: X:\sms\bin\i386\TsmBootstrap.exe /env:WinPE /configpath:X:\sms\data\]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.662+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:857"><![LOG[The command completed successfully.]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.662+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:939"><![LOG[Execution complete.]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:690"><![LOG[hMap != 0, HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentscope.cpp,515)]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="0" thread="752" file="environmentscope.cpp:515"><![LOG[m_pGlobalScope->open(), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,337)]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="0" thread="752" file="environmentlib.cpp:337"><![LOG[this->open(), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\environmentlib.cpp,549)]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="0" thread="752" file="environmentlib.cpp:549"><![LOG[::RegOpenKeyExW (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, c_szSMSTSKey, 0, KEY_READ, &hSubKey), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\utils.cpp,258)]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="0" thread="752" file="utils.cpp:258"><![LOG[RegOpenKeyExW failed for Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="2" thread="752" file="utils.cpp:258"><![LOG[GetTsRegValue() failed. 0x80070002.]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="2" thread="752" file="utils.cpp:279"><![LOG[End program: ]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="bootshell.cpp:722"><![LOG[Finalizing logging from process 736]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="tslogging.cpp:1741"><![LOG[Finalizing logs to root of first available drive]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.709+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="tslogging.cpp:1583"><![LOG[Successfully finalized logs to X:\SMSTSLog]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.724+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="1" thread="752" file="tslogging.cpp:1640"><![LOG[Cleaning up task sequencing logging configuration.]LOG]!><time="16:20:27.724+480" date="09-03-2013" component="TSBootShell" context="" type="0" thread="752" file="tslogging.cpp:584">
With the only red part being
 
::RegOpenKeyExW (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, c_szSMSTSKey, 0, KEY_READ, &hSubKey), HRESULT=80070002 (e:\nts_sccm_release\sms\framework\tscore\utils.cpp,258) TSBootShell 3/09/2013 4:20:27 PM 752 (0x02F0)[/style]
RegOpenKeyExW failed for Software\Microsoft\SMS\Task Sequence TSBootShell 3/09/2013 4:20:27 PM 752 (0x02F0)[/style]
GetTsRegValue() failed. 0x80070002. TSBootShell 3/09/2013 4:20:27 PM 752 (0x02F0)[/style]
 
Does ANYONE please please have any ideas where to go next?
 
Thanks
 
Chris
 
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    mhullnc

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    Re:OSD Woes Tuesday, September 03, 2013 4:33 PM (permalink)
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    You may want to try removing the drivers that you have and then pulling the drivers from the driver packs (http://driverpacks.net/).  Which type boot disk are you using 32 bit or 64.  If you are using 64bit, you may want to try and build a 32bit boot disk.  
     
    The other thing I have noticed is that if you go too quickly from the first screen where you can configure the network to the second, you may have a problem where the network is not yet established.  
     
    Also make sure you have enabled F8 so you can troubleshoot from the dos prompt of the PE disk. 
     
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      amartensson

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      Re:OSD Woes Tuesday, September 24, 2013 5:21 AM (permalink)
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      What is the name of the model of the laptop? Are you importing the windows 7 drivers? I've seen similar problems that was resolved with a BIOS update.
       
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        Re:OSD Woes Thursday, September 26, 2013 3:27 AM (permalink)
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        I have seen this in a regional office of ours when attempting to PXE boot on SCCM 2007. We never figured out the root cause but what we did was hit the "Pause" button as PXE attempts to boot and then wait about 15 seconds and then hit "Pause" or "Enter" (can't remember exactly) then the machine received an IP address correctly and successfully loaded the OS. This may not apply to your situation but perhaps it's worth a try.
         
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          Re:OSD Woes Thursday, September 26, 2013 8:57 AM (permalink)
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          Does it do this for any computer you attempt to image, regardless of model?  Have you tried this on a virtual machine for PXE boot imaging?

          When you say you inject every driver you can find one by one, are you injecting it into drivers in SCCM console, or injecting it into the boot image? 
           
          I had this same type of issue, but it was because my boot image did not have sufficient NIC/Ethernet drivers embedded into the boot image.  Once I injected these drivers into the boot image, it worked like a charm.
           
          if you'd post a link from skydrive or something of your physical log file, you'd probably get better results from the members...seeing that above is a bit eye-crossing especially not being able to see error codes/hashed
           
           
           
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