shrinkPartition - Fatal Error
unable to determine possible ntfs size
This is a Windows 10 image, disk is GPT, computer is booting in UEFI with
ipxe.efiand SecureBoot is off. Image type is “single disk - resizable”
Hardware is an Optiplex 9020
Following my steps here fixed it:
I’m going to edit the wiki to include Windows 10.
I’m going to do some digging and see if I can’t do the same fix that I found for Win7 when this happened.
I wish we could find an offline Linux method to fix it.
Here’s an updated video for the same computer model, same HDD layout, same OS, same boot file. Only newer FOG.
We are now on r6533
Haven’t forgotten about this either.
@Tom-Elliott Not sure. I’ll check tomorrow on the same hardware with the same setup.
FWIW we did upload a Win10 image today from an old HP EliteBook 8730w - but it was an MBR disk layout and booting in legacy BIOS style. We even tested deploying to another elite book, worked fine.
I’ll put together a 9020 tomorrow and try again if things aren’t crazy…
@Wayne-Workman Do you know if this is corrected for yet?
@Tom-Elliott I turned off hibernation with the typical
powercfg.exe -H offcommand, but the power options menu has changed. the “Quick boot enable” thingy that was in Windows 8/8.1 is no longer there in Windows 10 (go figure).
@ITSolutions Will do.
@Wayne-Workman Maybe the dirty bit crap again/still?
I would try running a chkdsk under Windows as it looks like the file system isn’t quite right for some reason.