Trying to deploy an image

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  • #6326
    Jaguar57
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    I have an Win XP SP3 box I am using as my WDM running 4.7.2 (trial).

    Im trying to deploy an image to a Wyse thin laptop X90 running WinXP embeded.

    I went to the Wyse Download page (http://www.wyse.com/serviceandsupport/support/downloads.asp) and under product downloads –> Active I selected the X90 / X903 option and downloaded the X90 / X90e WFR2 firmware.

    In WDM I can go to Device Manager and see that the X90 thin laptop has been detected and shows up. I can go to package manager, to the images folder and create a new image for the firmware I downloaded. When I click on the package I just created and drag and drop it on Device manager it will start the package distribution wizard however no device shows up in the first screen.

    I can go to “Other Packages” and go through the same steps as I did before and when the Package distribution wizard starts it will show the device that I want to deploy too.

    Any help on what I might be doing wrong would be great.

    Thanks.

    #19732
    ConfGen
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    If you unit is shown in this dialog depends on the OS that is currently installed on the unit and the OS= parameter in the .rsp script.
    Check the .rsp script for that parameter and alter it if needed. Then reimport the script and deploy it again.

    CG

    #19734
    Jaguar57
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    The OS listed in the device manager is Windows XP.

    The OS listed in the .rsp script is also XP.

    I tried to change the product tag as well from 9X90 to just X90 however that did not work. I see that 9X90 is referenced in this file a lot. Does that make any difference?

    Thanks.

    #19738
    ConfGen
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    Check the build number on the X90 and post it here.
    The only thing you should change in the .rsp file is OS=XP to
    XPE or WES.

    CG

    #19741
    Jaguar57
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    Is “build” number the same as “Image” number that I see in the Device Manager? If so the number there is: 4.010569.512

    I tried setting the OS to XPE and WES and creating new images with no success.

    #19745
    ConfGen
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    Can you pull an image from the X90?

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