It works in theory. I finished building and imaging the first machine yesterday, no real problems. Then I tried to pull down the same image onto a second machine, as we're gonna be putting about 8 of these out. The Ghost boot files are on a USB stick, and all the files work fine, since I used exactly that stick with those files to ghost the image up to the server in the first place. The BIOS settings have been fixed so that the machine boots (or tries to boot) off the stick. And everything works fine til about 9 seconds after the Windows 98 window (with the shiny thing at the bottom) turns up. At the 8th or 9th second, though, everything crashes, never to move again. Anyone got any ideas? The machine is a Dell SX, straight out of the box, with a factory image of WinXP. In theory this just shouldn't be happening. Yet there it is. Damn thing.