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Create Single Image for different hardware

2018/07/27 13:32

Creating single image for different hardware


In old version to new version of CCBoot you can create single image for your different hardware
Such as motherboard, video card and LAN drivers.


Before you can create single image for different hardware, you need to do the following first.


1. Install new windows on your client PC 7,8 or 10

2. Install complete drivers on your motherboard weather Intel or AMD

3. Optimize windows before installing CCBoot Client Optimizing

4. Download and install new version of CCBoot

5. Install CCBoot and upload Image


1. Once image uploaded on the server, "Super client" then boot the client pc that has different hardware see image below, right click edit select "Enable supe client"


Figure 1

2. Select your image click “Check” then click “Ok” (Figure 2).


Figure 2

3. Client are now in superclient boot the pc with different hardware let them boot, once on the desktop let the windows detect the hardware, manually install drivers if missing (Figure 3).


Figure 3

4. After all drivers are install restart client, after restarting shutdown client "Disable superclient", (Figure 4).


Figure 4

5. New windows will pop up, click “Yes” (Figure 5).


Figure 5

6. Now the recovery restorepoint will create, put description on what you’ve done click “Ok”. Important that you save recorvery restore point so that if the image has been damage you can go back to your previous setup How to restore image (Figure 6).


Figure 6

7. After ccboot create the recovery restorepoint click “Ok” (Figure 7).


Figure 7

Note: If after creating one image for different hardware you are experiencing Blue screen issue and driver installing again and again, then we recommend in using separate images for the clients.
Also, if you are using Windows 7, then please consider upgrading to Windows 10 as it has better hardware support for new boards and computer specs then on Windows 7.

Related:

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Create Boot Image

Create Client Image with Dual NICs

Create Single Image for Multiple Specs

Using Ghost to Create Boot Image