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    Lsass.exe - System Error

    An I/O operation initiated by the Registry failed unrecoverably. The registry could not read in, or write, or flush, one of the files that contain the system's image of the registry.

    I get this upon boot up after imaging several toshiba sat pro laptops. Any ideas??

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    If you get this with all laptops you've imaged (which are the same make and model), then it sounds like you have a corrupt registry within your image

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    Not on all laptops does this happen

    ....and they are all the same build!

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    It must be something to do with the image (logically). In theory, if you have a machine which isn't displaying error messages, you could create an image from this. Maybe worth a try.

    It would be interesting also to see if they're all using the same make/model/capacity of hard disk, as I have seen similar problems to this before.

    I presume that you have Sysprepped the image prior to imaging? So ideally, Sysprep's Mini Setup is the first thing you see when the computer first boots.

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    It does sound like there could be a problem with the image, or there was a problem in the registry of the machine you used to create the image that only manifests itself under certain conditions?

    Chris



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