We can add only one big disk to the master image as the system drive, and we can split the disk to multiple partition as we like in the master image.
I’m trying to create an image using multicast with just the standard tools. I have formated a flash drive with a gpt partition and can get ghost to boot. The issue occurs when I connect to my session using multicast. All I can see is the OS Volume which I know is not my hard drive. On all new Dell’s their is no option for legacy boot. I use to be able to turn the legacy boot options on and see the hard drive, now I can’t when the flash drive boots uefi. This image is a gpt UEFI formatted image for Windows 10. Does anyone have any ideas? I’m grasping at straws.
I have a fairly rudimentary job that had been working flawlessly to perform a scripted install of Windows 10 1903:
Since upgrading to 8.5 RU3, my Windows install jobs are now getting stuck at “Boot to Production”, which times out after an hour. The PC has a working install of Windows 10 1903, but the agent was not installed, so it’s never able to communicate back to the NS that it successfully booted into production.
got a notebook with Encryption Desktop 10.4.1.
The Windows partition got formatted from an external OS, so I can boot into the interface where I have to type in the pgp passphrase, but then Missing operating system.
I tried the recovery CD already but after the prompt to press any key it says no records found and reboots.
Is there any solution to get the data on this disk?
Thank you for help.
I have several HP Stream 11 Pro G2s that I am attempting to image. These laptops have no networking ports so the only way I can do this is by using a Ghost Boot Disk created with Standard Tools and send the image to a local USB drive. The laptops are Windows 10 with GPT partitioning for UEFI booting. Currently the boot disk is booting with MBR (I’m unable to make the boot disk boot via UEFI).
The problem is occuring when I go to create the image. The Ghost Boot Disk boots perfectly, and starts Ghost (I’m using the x64 version). I can select the onboard eMMC drive and I can select the USB drive I want to send the image too; however, as soon as I start I’m immediately presented with a Usage Error 662. I’ve googled the error and tried different drives, I’ve tried swapping which ports the boot drive and the data drive are in. I even attempted to send to send the image to the Ghost Boot Disk drive, no effect. Same message. Everytime.
The only time I can get the message to change is if I attempt to send the image to a folder within the data drive. Then Ghost generates an Internal Error 8027 message.
I’m at a complete loss here. I know that I’ve successfully imaged these computers before (past me, unfortunately, did not write down the instructions), but now they refuse to work no matter what.
Any help would be supremely appreciated.
Good morning, Inside the company i work for we got many cnc siemens machines with a pc windows 7 and the ghost suite integrated. After a blackuot i made a backup of the 2 partitions contained inside the ssd and after that i tried to restore an old partition backup. Here i made an error, i pressed restore entire hdd and i choose the partition file. After 2 seconds i got an error from the ghost console. Now, i got the hdd without anything inside. I think the procedure canceled some configuration files but no real files. Windows does not start and during the boot up i only got a black screen. Do you know any way to try to recover the hdd?
We’re trying to update our win10 master and captured our customized installation. We don’t have any problem with the capture, no errors or warning. When I try to create a deployment task (using a copy of the one we use for our 1803 master), I can add the *.gho I’ve just created. But when I go to the advanced options for resizing partitions, none are listed (I should have 3 listed). The 3 partitions are created if I use the *.gho but I really need to resize them.
Does someone here ever encountered this problem ? What am I missing ? Thanks for your help !
Has anyone had any luck booting these Dell 5400s from a USB drive? Since legacy mode is dead, I’ve reformatted my Ghost Boot Disk to GPT with UEFI and the PC does NOT recognize the USB disk. I’ve tried two different disks and in the boot menu I don’t see a USB device. I’ve disabled Secure Boot and made sure USB support was enabled. I tested my USB disk and it boots with my Surface (which is what I originally used this specific boot disk for). I’ve tried all three USB ports on the PC. HD is set to RAID on.