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Microsoft books continuously preach about if your going to run sysprep, make sure the HAL's are identical. Well I think I know how this is done. But I'm only assuming; I don't have alot of experience outside of the classroom.

I did this proceedure on a XP machine.

I went to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
right clicked on hal.dll
clicked on properties
clicked on internal name, and recieved the value halacpi.dll
Is this the correct way to verify what the hal is?
Is this process the same or similar for a win 2k pro or 2k server computer?
 
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Leonard Severt [MSFT]

Microsoft books continuously preach about if your going to run
sysprep, make sure the HAL's are identical. Well I think I know how
this is done. But I'm only assuming; I don't have alot of experience
outside of the classroom.

I did this proceedure on a XP machine.

I went to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
right clicked on hal.dll
clicked on properties
clicked on internal name, and recieved the value halacpi.dll
Is this the correct way to verify what the hal is?
Is this process the same or similar for a win 2k pro or 2k server
computer?
That is one way to check. A better way and the way we use is to look in the
setupapi.log file. You will see the HAL that is installed there.

Leonard Severt

Windows 2000 Server Setup Team
 

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