No Resizable Partitions Found
I’ve searched all over for this issue and haven’t found anything, so I thought I would try my own post.
We have a bunch of brand new HP ProOne 400 all-in-one computers that we would like to roll out.
We are running Windows 7 Pro. I built my base image how I wanted it, and was going to upload it but I continually get an error on the upload process. It says:
An error has been detected!
No resizable partitions found.
Now I completely wiped this machine and only installed windows 7 on one partition. I verified the disk is MBR and not GPT.
I’ve tried several different kernels, all to no avail.
I tried setting the image to multi-partion single disk not resizable and on boot the it gets to Using Hard Disk: /dev/sda and just hangs.
I’m at a loss. Please help!
I am having the same issue. How do I go about using Fixparts to resolve this issue in Windows?
Thanks in advance,
That worked like a charm. Thanks Tom. I’ll keep that in mind for next time.
I’ll give it whirl and let you know.
Just parts isn’t exactly all that smart you should boot into a D bug mode and run fix parts on your device
[quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 41869, member: 7271”]This sounds like a job for fix parts[/quote]
Yes it is happening on uploads. I thought that too, but I ran DISKPART and it doesn’t show anything as being GPT.
This sounds like a job for fix parts
Is this happening on uploads
[quote=“Jaymes Driver, post: 41859, member: 3582”]Did you try a non re sizable option? does it also fail?[/quote]
Yeah, I mentioned in my post above:
“I tried setting the image to multi-partion single disk not resizable and on boot the it gets to Using Hard Disk: /dev/sda and just hangs.”
Did you try a non re sizable option? does it also fail?
Using Fog 1.2.0 by the way.