PXE Fails to Start Capture
I have a host that fails to start at PXE boot.
I gets to here…
This is a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop with Windows 10 on it. I have imaged these guys before with Clonezilla so it should clone just fine. Any advice on this error would be super helpful!
I’m off until Monday. Unfortunately, I had to deploy that laptop without imaging. I’ll have more to do though. I may be able to grab it later and continue testing. Thanks for the help!!
@Joe-Gill Do you still get the error on capture? Might have solved itself by chkdsk, disabling fast boot in windows or something else…
If you still see the error please try the following commands and post a picture again:
mkdir -p /bcdstore ntfs-3g -o remove_hiberfile,rw /dev/sda1 /bcdstore ls -al /bcdstore umount /bcdstore
Looks like it mounted.
Do the capture task as a debug task, and we can try to mount
/dev/sda1manually and we’ll see what happens.
at the shell, verify that there is a
/bcdstoredirectory first. If it’s not there, make it with
Then attempt to mount the partition like this:
mount -t ntfs /dev/sda1 /bcdstore
or if that fails, alternatively:
mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /bcdstore
Give us screenshots of what happens.
If it mounts, see if you can view it’s contents with:
ls -laht /bcdstore