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    Task Sequence DVD Media Fails

    This is driving me nuts!

    I am trying to create a DVD set for our staff laptops so that they can be rebuilt without needing to be connected to the network to do it
    I have created the ISOs (2 x dvd size) and burnt them to disk
    I take them to the laptop and insert Disc 1, it boots, find the Task Sequence and starts wiping the C: Drive - So far so good..
    Next t asks for Disk 2.. So i insert Disc 2..
    It then asks for Disc 1 again as soon as it reads Disc 2.. Hmmm..
    So I put Disc 1 in again..

    It then bombs out with error 0x80040005

    I copied the log file (attached) and had a look at it in Trace32.. It came up with:

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    (m_sImageFileName.c_str()), dwDesiredAccess, WIM_OPEN_EXISTING, 0, WIM_COMPRESS_LZX, NULL), HRESULT=80070003 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\framework\tscore\wimfile.cpp,292)]LOG]!> 
     
     
    configFilePath, this->packagePath, answerFile ), HRESULT=80070003 (e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\client\osdeployment\applyos\installscripted.cpp,464)]LOG]!> 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    
    So, for some reason it cannot open my install.wim file...

    The same TS runs fine via PXE boot
    It also runs fine, in VM, if creaed as a single 8GB (DL DVD) Iso..

    So it appears to be an issue with it being split into 2 DVDs..

    I dont really want to invest in more DL DVDs if I can help it when I have loads of normal DVDs lying around....
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    8 gig flash drives now under £10 - might be the simplest way round it.

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    The image is just under 8.5GB (it just fits onto a Dual Layer disk) so It'll need to be a 16Gig USB Key..
    I'd rather stick with ISO's as at least when the teacher loses the disk, I can easily reburn the DVDs

    Need to look at my TS anyway as Adobe failed due to the config file wanting access to the Network

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    I had an issue with the antivirus kicking in when creating a TS media ISO. It completed ok but had files missing.

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    Which Anti Virus - I've tried with both McAfee and Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010

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    Sophos. It detected suspicious behavior. I disabled it and It created the ISO fine.

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