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Error Task Sequence Manager failed to execute task sequence. Code 0x80004005 - drivers are correct!!! RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have created several images (different laptops and desktops) and actually created an image for this model laptop HP 6930p with Intel 82567lm gigabit network connection a few months ago. We had issues in jan pushing images from SCCM to these laptops so I decided to recreate the image (capture the whole laptop again).

    Note: I had the same issue with a HP dc7800 desktop who used the same driver and we resolved by updating SCCM to sp1. I also manually imported the NIC driver instead of importing a folder which had the drivers for this desktop (drivers were in a compressed file from hp).

    I cannot seem to capture the hp 6930p laptop. Network conditions are fine, drivers are 100% correct (nic driver and also ris driver loaded).

    wpeinit.log

    Info      WPEINIT is processing the unattend file [C:\_SMSTaskSequence\WinPE\WinPeUnattend.xml]
    Info      Spent 811ms initializing removable media before unattend search
    Info      ==== Initializing Display Settings ====
    Info      No display settings specified
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    Info      ==== Initializing Computer Name ====
    Info      Generating a random computer name
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000000)
    Info      ==== Initializing Virtual Memory Paging File ====
    Info      No WinPE page file setting specified
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    Info      ==== Initializing Optional Components ====
    Info      WinPE optional component 'Microsoft-WinPE-WSH' is present
    Info      WinPE optional component 'Microsoft-WinPE-WMI' is present
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000000)
    Info      ==== Initializing Network Access and Applying Configuration ====
    Info      Service dhcp stop: 0x00000000
    Info      Service lmhosts stop: 0x00000000
    Info      Service bfe stop: 0x00000000
    Info      Service ikeext stop: 0x00000000
    Info      Service mpssvc stop: 0x00000000
    Info      Spent 218ms initializing security templates; status 0x00000000
    Info      Install MS_MSCLIENT: 0x0004a020
    Info      Install MS_NETBIOS: 0x0004a020
    Info      Install MS_SMB: 0x0004a020
    Info      Install MS_TCPIP6: 0x0004a020
    Info      Install MS_TCPIP: 0x0004a020
    Info      Spent 6006ms installing network components
    Info      iSCSI: iBFT ACPI Table is not available on this system
    Info      Spent 1903ms installing network drivers
    Info      UGC process exit code is 0x00000000
    Info      Executed UGC; identity[Microsoft-Windows-TCPIP, Culture=neutral, Version=6.0.6001.18000, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35, ProcessorArchitecture=x86, versionScope=NonSxS], command[netiougc.exe -online], status[0x00000000]
    Error     QueryAdapterStatus: no adapters found.
    Info      Spent 0ms confirming network initialization; status 0x80004005
    Info      WaitForNetworkToInitialize failed; ignoring error
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x003d0001)
    Info      ==== Applying Firewall Settings ====
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    Info      ==== Executing Synchronous User-Provided Commands ====
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    Info      ==== Executing Asynchronous User-Provided Commands ====
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    Info      ==== Applying Shutdown Settings ====
    Info      No shutdown setting was specified
    Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)



    I can post the smst.log file but its quite big...





    Why wont SCCM load the network drivers? All I get it Windows IP Configuration when I press F8 and do an ipconfig /all.





    IT Helpdesk and IT Sys Admin
    Tuesday, February 24, 2009 1:01 PM

All replies

  • Hi .

     

     

    I am not sure where you problem is .

    But if the problem is in the PE , I had the same issue and it is a driver issue .

    If the PE starts and you click the F8 and do not see any ip then ,

    There is a fixed driver for that that I found somewhere ( don’t remember where ) that you need to use , the driver in Intel and HP site would work for the boot image .

     

    If you want the driver post your email and ill send it to you  .

    Then you just need to import it and put it on the boot image .

     

    If your problem is after the image deployment then ,

     

    I would check if you do not have to many drivers ,the driverpath has a limitation .
    if you will exceed that drivers might not be installed .

    Try to create a small driver package with only the NIC and set the task sequence to apply river package and not to auto apply

    I have a working image for hp 6930p , and i use the Intel 9.50.14.0 version for my windows xp x86 deployment .

    Tuesday, February 24, 2009 6:53 PM
  • Hi 

     

    I have the same problem with the DC7900

     

    can you give the me the Driver plz

     

    my mail : loic.thirionatsocotec.fr

     

    many thx

    Friday, February 27, 2009 6:48 AM
  • Hello,

    I have the same issue with a Dell Optiplex 960 and the Intel LM82567LM Gigabit NIC.  Please send me the driver to madlinx at ymail dot com.

    Thanks

    Kevin
    Friday, April 3, 2009 2:12 PM
  • First of all, you do not need to capture all doifferent model hardware. one model is enough and you can play around with drivers and software on top of WIm file. 

    Secondly, if you just want to capture. Burn a standalone capture media DVD. Run the CD on windows 7 and capture it to D: drive. U do not need network connection here

    Thursday, May 26, 2011 3:18 PM
  • I just ran into the issue could you please send me the driver:  mfoster@homestbk.com

     

    Thanks

     

    Friday, November 11, 2011 10:38 PM
  • Hallo

    I have the same problem.

    Can you give me the Driver plz

    my mail frh@msc.de

    Thanks

    Friedrich

    Thursday, April 26, 2012 11:59 AM
  • Hi,

    You must have the problem with NIC driver,

    please check this post that would be helpful,

    http://blog.coretech.dk/mip/finding-and-adding-only-the-correct-device-driver-to-the-boot-image/


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    Saturday, April 28, 2012 4:20 PM