Make sure you disable fast boot and shutdown the machine using shutdown -s -t 0 -f in Windows command line.
I used the shutdown command. I’ll try disabling fast boot and reimaging.
Is it possible you’re deploying an MBR (legacy/old BIOS) (assuming, based on your partitions) to a system that’s trying to boot in GPT (new/UEFI) mode?
It’s possible the VM i made uses MBR. But i’ve enabled Legacy boot on the BIOS and disabled secure boot. Also with the other image(not resizable) i made i have no problems deploying.
Does d1.mbr exist in your image folder?
Yes, it does.
The thing i don’t understand is how i don’t have any problems deploying the other image i made. Which is Not Resizable. I’m deploying on the exact same machine.
I do have the option legacy boot enabled in the BIOS, and secure boot disabled. I’ve tried using uefi boot but that doesn’t work at all.
Maybe i have to add some kind of option or parameter in the host options on the FOG UI?