Stuck During Upload Task

  1. 2 months ago

    Hello. I'm trying to upload an image of a ThinkCentre M700 device but the process is getting stuck at 'Creating Image Schema'. I performed a clean install of Windows 10 Education v1703 x64, installed all of my programs, ran a chkdsk /f before trying to upload as well as defragged the HD. I'm running CloneDeploy 1.2.1. Is there something I can do to get this device to upload? I've already uploaded an image of a ThinkCentre M93p and a ThinkPad E431 so I'm not sure what the issue might be. Thanks!

    Unfortunately there is no indication in the log as to why it's freezing. I would try this.
    Image profile->upload options->check remove gpt structures.

  2. clonedeploy

    Jun 5 Administrator

    Do you know how to use the web cancellable feature?

  3. I think you had me do this once before but the exact steps to do it, I can't remember. Can you tell me again?

  4. clonedeploy

    Jun 5 Administrator

    In the image profile just enable web cancellable and start the task. After you think it's frozen cancel the task from the web and it should upload the log within a few minutes.

  5. Hello. Attached is the log after it froze at 'Creating Image Schema'. Let me know if you find anything out. Thanks!

  6. clonedeploy

    Jun 6 Administrator Answer

    Unfortunately there is no indication in the log as to why it's freezing. I would try this.
    Image profile->upload options->check remove gpt structures.

  7. Checking the box for 'Remove GPT Structures' fixed the issue. Do you know why I had to do this for this image and not any others? I've built new images for ThinkPad E431, ThinkPad E560, and ThinkCentre M93p and had no issues. I only had this problem on the ThinkCentre M700. All of these devices had a clean install of Windows 10 Education x64 too so it's kinda strange why I only had problems with this one device.

    Thanks again for your quick response!

  8. clonedeploy

    Jun 6 Administrator

    My best guess is that the M700 was the only one that came with a GPT partition table from the factory. Reinstalling Windows created a new mbr but left the GPT intact, which causes issues. If you are building mbr/legacy bios images, it's safe to always leave that box checked to try and avoid the problem. If you are building a gpt/efi image you need to leave the box unchecked

 

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