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    I have accidentally deleted the default boot image for x86. Now I can’t add it back no matter what boot.wim file I use it comes up with error at the end of the wizard

    “The specified file can not be imported. Make sure the file is not read only and you have read and write access to it”

    Yes, I have recreated wim file and used it from the CD, checked its not ready only and have full control.

    My boot image x64 is fine though. This should at least let me deploy 64 bit image?

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