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We are currently trying to ghost a suite of computers, when sending the image to ...
6th July 2007, 01:20 PM #1
Ghost - Internal Error 19215
Hi all, I'm back again,
We are currently trying to ghost a suite of computers, when sending the image to the server, ghost throws back this error at abt 99%:
"Internal error 19215:
An internal inconsistency has been detected"
Have done research on symantec website but can only find one mention of the problem (or similar to the one) I have, which can be found here: https://forums.symantec.com/syment/b...essage.id=1206 .
Interestingly, the PCs in question also have an intel board like he mentions in that thread though ours are a different model.
Has anyone seen this error before? Can find very little information on it. The only potential solution in that thread is a "corrupt image" but I cannot see why. I just find it interesting that he also has intel boards.
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7th July 2007, 11:57 AM #2
Re: Ghost - Internal Error 19215
Recently updated to service pack 2 on 2003 server by any chance? Running a broadcom NIC? There are a few work arounds, none of which worked for me. I ended up rebuilding a few images (and I will have to rebuild a few more as well as I re-image rooms)
22nd May 2008, 09:07 AM #3
I seem to be getting the same message "An internal inconsistency has been detected". It seems to be fine when downloading the image onto one machine, but if you do two machines or more with the same image it throws up that error.
22nd May 2008, 09:21 AM #4
what version of ghost is it?
22nd May 2008, 09:30 AM #5
22nd May 2008, 10:20 AM #6
its odd I just noticed that the error number is different to the one at the top. we get an error which is 18030 eror "an internal inconsistency error has occured"
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