Unclean Windows 10
Oceanwatcher last edited by
- FOG Version: 1.3.0 RC8
- OS: Ubuntu 16.04
- Service Version:
- OS: Windows 10
During imaging, I get the message that Windows is “dirty” and it has to be fixed before I can capture the image. After a bit of searching, I found this:
After turning off fast startup - Control panel>Power options>Advanced, and reboot two times, I was able to capture the image again.
Wayne Workman last edited by
sudburr last edited by
If you insist on not using sysprep, there is a fourth option. Select [SHIFT] + [SHUTDOWN].
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
I guess that should be added as an answer in the wiki.
@george1421 I was wondering why my Windows 8 and 10 images weren’t having these issues, sysprep is indeed the answer.
Is there an issue here or are you announcing a solution.
I can say from my experience that with win10 a shutdown is an enhanced “sleep mode”. But if you use sysprep and have sysprep shutdown the system the disk will be closed properly. Or if you don’t use sysprep, reboot the computer and catch it before it restarts. A restart properly closes the disk.