Yes, the problem was with the image itself. I had to format the hard drive using the formatting tools in Ultimate Boot CD, making sure to write zeros in the whole drive (the looong way), then a clean install of Windows 7 with the default partition configuration. After I installed all updates and software I needed, I created a new image (Multiple partition image - single disk). It worked perfectly. Just for the record I did not use sysprep.
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RE: "Can't unmount /ntfs: Invalid argument" on Deployment
RE: Changing hostname.........unmount: can't unmount /ntfs
I’ve been having the same problem. What did you have in your init file?
This is my question on the forum:
"Can't unmount /ntfs: Invalid argument" on Deployment
This is my first time using Fog and I was able to deploy before but I am now getting this error. Can’t figure why. Fog created the image ok. Windows 7 image, fresh install with some programs installed, no sysprep, multiple partition image - single disk, second pc is the exact same as the first for all hardware.
When I create a deploy task and have the 2nd pc boot from the network to be imaged, I get this error. I would appreciate any help. Let me know is more info is needed.