Issue Imaging Access 3 using Ghost/USB stick

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  • #26595

    Hello, i have created a master image using ghost after windows updates, chrome installs, customization of system etc.
    i imaged this down to a new azulle device and now the new device cannot find the boot device and will not boot to windows. I was wondering if anyone has ever been successful imaging these Azulle Access devices as we want to use these to make 100 new TV boards to display call stats but dont want to have to create each one from scratch.

  • #26612


    We are attempting similar job using AOMEI BackUpper. The software has been successfully used on many other Win10 platforms but the standard process for Azulle didn’t appear to work.

    We have 20+ Azulle 3 devices and are continuing to test. At least it’s good to see they have a process and image for restoring to factory settings.

  • #26677

    Azulle Support Team


    Thank you for using the Azulle forums. Our units can be used with several clone/deploy options, they work perfectly fine.

    @joshua.steinberg: Are you using a MicroSD card ? If that is the case, please use a different alternative since our units don’t boot from SD cards.
    @markusr: Could provide more details about the error that you are getting ? We can assist you with that since we have plenty experience with that matter.

    Please be aware that we offer tech support, feel free to reach out directly to us, we will more than happy to provide you solutions to make it work. Also there are several post in this forums of customers using Macrium as a software for cloning and deploying, we strongly recommend it:

    Let us know any further questions or concerns.

    Best regards

    • #26733


      This is the error after using A)MEI Backupper. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • #26787

    Azulle Support Team

    Hello MarkusR,

    Are you deploying a 64 bits OS ? Please reach out directly to us. You can either contact us via email: or call us at 786 233 6769 ext.1

    Best regards

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