Driver issue

Anonymous
2022-10-12T12:49:35.173+00:00

Hi,

We are Windows 10 Embedded Medical devices and as part of our development we will capture the ghost image of the system and the same image will be deployed on multiple system.

After deploying the ghost image, it is observed that in one of the system the 'Disable Enhancement' Option is not checked but as per our requirement it is always should be checked. We are using 'IDT HD Audio Driver' Version : 6.10.6233.266

And in some system after restart, the device gets deleted and re-installed again. Not sure why it is deleted and re-installed again.

Driver Event Log:
Device HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&DEV_7678... was deleted.
Class Guid:{ 4deg36e9c-e325-11ec- } Event ID:420 and Source: Kernel-PnP

Device HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&DEV_7678... requires further installation, EventID: 430, Source: Kernel-PnP

It would be great of any suggestions.

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  1. Limitless Technology 44,011 Reputation points
    2022-10-13T09:10:01.8+00:00

    Hello there,

    How are you creating the Ghost image of the system?

    When the image file is corrupted, it cannot be repaired. Ghost does not include any features for repairing corrupted image files. You must create a new image file instead.

    In some cases, what appears to be a corrupted image file is actually corruption on the source drive (the drive that you created an image of). Before creating a new image file, determine whether the corruption is actually in the image file or whether the corruption is on the source drive. If the corruption is on the source drive, repair the source drive before creating a new image file.

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