Vista Image says 0xc000000e \windows\system32\winload.exe can not be loaded

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Note: This article is older (year 2011), and has only had it's terminology updated to reflect current FOG terminology.

Vista winload.png

This is typically caused when the following commands are not run on the client computer right before it is shutdown, and then rebooted for an image capture:

bcdedit /set {bootmgr} device boot
bcdedit /set {default} device boot
bcdedit /set {default} osdevice boot

However if you've already done this and received this message, you do not need to recreate your image. All you need to do is insert your Vista Install DVD, and use it to repair your previous installation. The machine will reboot, preform a checkdisk, and reboot again.

If it still isn't working, try this:

"Before you sysprep, open RegEdit and export the Mounted Devices key (HKLM/SYSTEM/MountedDevices). Do not close RegEdit. Open a command prompt and run sysprep:
c:\windows\system32\sysprep>sysprep -oobe -generalize -quit
Go back to the RegEdit window and import the Mounted Devices key that you exported earlier."

Now shutdown the PC and capture the image.