I’m having this same issue. Ubuntu 12.10 and Fog 0.32. Uploading from and deploying to Windows 7. There are two partitions: SYSTEM and C:. Using Single Partition (Resizable) -> 20GB. The image deploys, but the BOOTMGR is on SYSTEM instead of C:, where it was. I started using Multiple Partitions, but the file size was over 170GB, and it’s not resizable. How, using the Single Partition setting for Windows 7, can I assure that C: is bootable and SYSTEM is not?
[quote=“Alvaro Campoy Neto, post: 11485, member: 3686”]Hello all:
To get a very good image, you need to put ‘all-in-one’, in ONE partition. To do that, you will need:
1-) A REAL GOOD partition tool, like gparted or EASEUS partition manager ( to resize the partition, and get rid of the boot partition);
2-) BOOTICE, a tool that allow you to activate the partition that you resize;
3-) bcdboot and bootsect (cmd line tools), both from Win7 or from NT 6x Fast Installer;
All tools here you got via google.com or, search for HBCD (The tool for the PROS, you really want to look for a edition or remix, like Proteus)
Got not enough time now, will write a tutorial explain it (for all 2008 and 2012 Win family)[/quote]
Is this necessary, or just to “get a very good image?” I read somewhere that with Windows 7 (and it’s SYSTEM partition), you could use Single Partition and (as long as you set it as Windows 7) it will work.