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yougotservered

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Last active 10 months ago

  1. 10 months ago
    Thu Feb 8 02:05:10 2018

    Just wanted to say that updating seemed to fix my issues. Thanks so much!

  2. Sun Feb 4 21:04:31 2018

    Thanks for your time! Especially on a weekend

  3. Sun Feb 4 21:02:19 2018

    Understood. Any other special considerations or just run > run > run?

  4. Sun Feb 4 21:00:34 2018

    I imagine it's probably a better idea all around just to upgrade. I'm assuming from what I'm finding in the documentation, I can't go straight from 1.2.0 to 1.3.3. What is the recommended path?

  5. Sun Feb 4 20:57:45 2018

    I see 1.3.3 is out, should I go ahead and update?

  6. Sun Feb 4 20:56:58 2018

    1.2.0.

  7. Sun Feb 4 20:53:43 2018

    Does this help?

  8. Sun Feb 4 20:50:18 2018

    Correct, I am using On Demand

  9. Sun Feb 4 20:44:36 2018

    Forgive my ignorance here, but how do I check? Pretty sure I haven't changed it off of the default.

  10. Sun Feb 4 19:47:52 2018
    Y yougotservered started the conversation Stuck on Creating Image Schema - Shrinking NTFS Volume on Hyper-V.

    Hello! Any guidance here would be appreciated. I have already tried the following troubleshooting steps:

    Running a chkdsk -f on the OS
    Turning off Hibernation via powercfg.exe -H off (although it failed because "the system firmware does not support hibernation" and "the legacy VgaSave driver is installed"
    Enabling the "Remove GPT Structures" option for the image profile

    This seems to only happen in Hyper-V. I have made 3 images - a Windows 7 Pro 64, Windows 7 Home Prem 64, Windows 10 Pro 64, and all seem to be having the same issue - I've even tried leaving it up and running overnight, only to come back to the same screen. I'm attempting to upload through PXE. I'm using my Windows 10 desktop as the Hyper-V host.

    Has anybody experienced this issue? Unfortunately, the On Demand and exceptions logs show no activity when I initiate an upload (which I am doing "on demand").

    Thanks!

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