Using Hard Disk: /dev/sda, then Processing Hard Disk: dev/sda...hung
Hello FOG peeps!
At the very last part of uploading an image to my NFS server, I’ve gotten everything straightened out, and everything is looking good. However, I get hung at the very last part of the initialization of uploading the image (as seen on the thread title).
Has anyone else come across this? And what error logs should I be looking for, in this instance?
It seems like a lot of people run into issues like this when building an image on a physical machine. I would recommend by starting off by wiping all partitions out with a gparted disc and then making sure BIOS is set to legacy mode (at least until UEFI issues are resolved) and then install Windows. It would prevent issues like this from occurring
Gotcha, okay. I’ll go and do MBR image building then, if that’s the case! Thanks Tom!
It wasn’t the deleting of the MBR.
The image was created on a hard drive that had GPT information on it, but being built as an MBR style disk.
This caused the system to think it was a corrupted MBR that was supposed to be GPT and hence faulting.
Okay, according to those steps, I had deleted the MBR provided on the HD? What else did I exactly do? (Just in case I run into this, in the future lol)
Please try these steps: