Issue booting up V90L

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  • #1661
    Avatarlucifer82
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    Hi all,

    recently I have tried to image this device and ever since it doesn’t want to boot back into Win XPe.

    I have tried to re-image the device using the Simple Wyse Imager, USB imager and it seems like it has been loaded but when it tried to boot it stops at the point where it boots from HD.

    Any help would be great.

    #14723
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Hi,

    what image have you used? Do you get any error message? How long have you waited for finishing the boot process? First run takes some time.

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    #14726
    Avatarlucifer82
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    I used the latest version first,

    1. XPE SP2 WFR2 XPE_WFR2_v5_02_B611.zip V5.02 B611 XPE SP2

    I used the USB imager and I had no error showing up.

    Than I tried to extract the image from another wyse box of the same model that I manually configured.

    It also didn’t want to boot up.

    when I used the wyse simple imager after trying the USB imager, the image from wyse prompts saying that it’s incompatible though my device is V90L (V92) and the image name says V92. However the image I extracted from another wyse box was a success. But with no luck to booting back into XPe

    #14727
    ConfGenConfGen
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    So do you get any error messages while booting? How far does the OS boot? At what time does it stop booting? How long have you waited until you interuppted the boot process?

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    #14738
    Avatarlucifer82
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    it’s just at the first screen where it just kicks off into windows XPe boot it stops at

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    (c) Wyse v2.3
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    and does nothing.

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