I wrote a bash script that does a "manual" imaging of a system in order to
account for hard drive size changes.

If I image using the script, after the imaging is complete, I get an NTLDR
not found error message when the system tries to boot. If I image the
system using the image file directly using menu mode, or by just specifying
the image on the command line without any partition info, it images fine and
runs perfectly. Also, this only seems to happen with WinXP images; Windows
2000 and even Windows 98 seem to work fine.

I am running ZfD 6.5 SP1 (I just recently installed SP1 and did a full
re-fresh install of the original software prior to the installation of the
service pack just in case).

This is an abbreviated version of my script:

# Delete all existing partitions
img pd1
img pd2
img pd3
img pd4
# Create new partition
img pc1 ntfs
# Activate new partition
img pa1
# Download image to partition
img rp $TFTPIP "//$TFTPIP/VOL1/Images/myimage.zmg" a1:p1

If anyone can point me in the right direction, it would be greatly

Charlie Silverman
Sr. Systems Administrator
Globalstar, LP