"Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 kernel Mode Driver"
Ok, so I have kind of a weird one that I am just at a loss on how to fix. I am updating our Windows 7 Pro image for this coming school year and I thought that I had it all finished a few days ago as I was capturing my final image as a custom wim file. However, when I went to image a computer (or any other computer or VM for that matter), I now get an error that pops up for every user saying "Can't Open ACPI ATK0100 kernel Mode Driver." You can click OK and everything is fine after that until you reboot it again and you have to hit OK again. I created my image using VMWare (which is what I usually do) and it did not present this problem before I captured it. Also, I have noticed that after I image a computer (and get the error message again), I noticed that "ATK0100 ACPI Utility" had also been installed and listed under Add/Remove Programs. I double checked my images just to be sure and that program is definitely not there when I capture the wim file, but it somehow gets added in while imaging. It just doesn't make sense to me on how it gets there. So...anybody have any advice or ideas?
Thanks in advance :)