• ACPI Error: Field (CAP1) at bit offset/length 64/32 exceeds size of target Buffer (64 bits) (20180810/dsopcode-201)
    ACPI Error: Method parse/execution failed _SB._OSC, AE_AML_BUFFER_LIMIT (20180810/psparse-516)
    I typed that by hand so hopefully I didn’t make any errors - but does anyone have any idea what this is or how to fix?

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    @d2freak82 said in Error on first PXE boot:

    later popped an error that the drive was unclean on 2 different laptops

    This is expected if you did not shutdown the computer properly before image capture. The shutdown command from the start menu is not sufficient.

    You have the following options to properly power off the computer for image capture.

    1. Run the following command from a command prompt shutdown -s -t 0
    2. Use sysprep to power off the computer using the proper command line switch.
    3. Turn off fast startup in windows.

    The kernel version I’m referencing is for FOS Linux (what get downloaded to the target computer), not the host OS kernel version. You can see the kernel version using the web ui FOG Configuration->Kernel update.

  • @george1421

    I was trying to capture an image, it continued - later popped an error that the drive was unclean on 2 different laptops, to perform a full shutdown. I am capturing currently from a VM.
    Fog version 1.5.9
    Not sure sure on kernal version, running the newest version of Ubuntu currently - may switch to full debian.

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    @d2freak82 does it continue to image or does it stop. Some of those acpi error are warnings not show stoppers.

    What hardware are you pxe booting on that throws these errors?

    What ersion of FOG are you using?

    What version of the FOS Linux kernel (web ui->FOG Configuration->Kernel update?