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#1 2017-01-31 13:44:06

CLIP-CH
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Registered: 2016-09-06

Can't deploy Windows 10 Enterprise (64-Bit) to MacBookPro8,2/iMac12,1

Dear All

I cannot restore Windows 10 Enterprise (64-bit) to a MacBookPro8,2 or iMac12,1. I'm getting after booting Windows the following Error-Code (Blue Screen): 0xc0000225. How can I solve the problem?

Master Machine
- MacBookPro8,2 (MacBook Pro 15” Late 2011, 2.2 GHz, Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250 GB, 8 GB RAM)
- macOS Volume: macOS Sierra 10.12.2 (150 GB)
- BOOTCAMP Volume: Windows 10 Enterprise, 64 Bit (100 GB)
- SIP deactivated

Target Machines
- MacBookPro8,2 (MacBook Pro 15” Late 2011, 2.2 GHz, Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250 GB, 8 GB RAM)
- iMac12,1 (iMac 21.5” Mid 2011, 2.5 GHz, Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250 GB, 8 GB RAM)

Procedure
- macOS Sierra installed successful
- Boot Camp Assistant -> created 100 GB Windows Volume
- Windows 10 Enterprise, 64 Bit installed successful
- Boot Camp Support Software 5.1.5621 installed successful

DeployStudio Imaging Task
- Created Windows 10 Enterprise, 64 Bit-Image successful

DeployStudio Restore Task
- Windows 10 Enterprise, 64 Bit & macOS Sierra successful restored

Image-Task-Log - BEGIN
====================================================================================================
DeployStudio Runtime
DSCore.framework version 1.7.5 (b160915), Copyright 2016 The DeployStudio Team.
MAC address: 11:22:33:44:55:66
Network address: 172.17.20.20 (mac-X02A627TRZ1X.org.int)
Network interface speed: AUTOSELECT (1000BASET <FULL-DUPLEX>)
Operating System: Mac OS X Version 10.11.6 (Build 15G31)
Date: 16/12/06 09:44:21
24 plugins were successfully loaded!
The user 'mc_adm' was successfully authenticated.
Connected to server deploy.org.int (1.7.5)
Checking server reachability (server=deploy.local port=548) ...
Mounting repository share point...
/bin/mkdir /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
/bin/chmod 777 /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
/bin/chmod 777 /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
Mount call...
Parsing result...
Checking repository content...
Checking host firmware version
Macintosh serial number: X02A627TRZ1X
Macintosh model: MacBookPro8,2
Boot ROM version: MBP81.88Z.0047.B2C.1510261540
Firmware ok!
Running workflow: '00 - Maintenance - HD-Image erstellen (Win)' (F1D51BE8-9274-4D76-AF84-AF03F3BA8A62)
/bin/chmod 666 /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/keywords.plist 2>&1
Image action:
/Volumes/BOOTCAMP' used: 17915.8 MB
/Volumes/BOOTCAMP' free: 82083.8 MB
/tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp' free: 775897.8 MB
Setting boot device to '/dev/disk0s4'.
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Frameworks/DSCore.framework/Resources/Tools/physicaldeviceid.sh" /dev/disk0s4 2>&1
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Plugins/DSDiskImageTask.bundle/Contents/Resources/Scripts/ntfsshrink.sh" /dev/disk0s4 2>&1
Running ntfsshrink.sh v2.2
-> unmounting device /dev/disk0s4...
Volume BOOTCAMP on disk0s4 force-unmounted
-> volume size=99999MB, usage=17%
-> testing the NTFS volume shrink on device /dev/disk0s4 to 18916MB...
ntfsresize v2.0.0 (libntfs 10:0:0)
Device name        : /dev/disk0s4
NTFS volume version: 3.1
Cluster size       : 4096 bytes
Current volume size: 99999543808 bytes (100000 MB)
Current device size: 99999547392 bytes (100000 MB)
New volume size    : 18915996160 bytes (18916 MB)
Checking filesystem consistency ...
Progress: 2
---
Progress: 98
Accounting clusters ...
Space in use       : 17916 MB (17.9%)
Collecting resizing constraints ...
Needed relocations : 31871 (131 MB)
Schedule chkdsk for NTFS consistency check at Windows boot time ...
Resetting $LogFile ... (this might take a while)
Relocating needed data ...
Updating $BadClust file ...
Updating $Bitmap file ...
Updating Boot record ...
The read-only test run ended successfully.
-> shrinking the NTFS volume on device /dev/disk0s4 to 18916MB...
ntfsresize v2.0.0 (libntfs 10:0:0)
Device name        : /dev/disk0s4
NTFS volume version: 3.1
Cluster size       : 4096 bytes
Current volume size: 99999543808 bytes (100000 MB)
Current device size: 99999547392 bytes (100000 MB)
New volume size    : 18915996160 bytes (18916 MB)
Checking filesystem consistency ...
Accounting clusters ...
Space in use       : 17916 MB (17.9%)
Collecting resizing constraints ...
Needed relocations : 31871 (131 MB)
Schedule chkdsk for NTFS consistency check at Windows boot time ...
Resetting $LogFile ... (this might take a while)
Relocating needed data ...
Updating $BadClust file ...
Updating $Bitmap file ...
Updating Boot record ...
Syncing device ...
Successfully resized NTFS on device '/dev/disk0s4'.
You can go on to shrink the device for example with Linux fdisk.
IMPORTANT: When recreating the partition, make sure that you
  1)  create it at the same disk sector (use sector as the unit!)
  2)  create it with the same partition type (usually 7, HPFS/NTFS)
  3)  do not make it smaller than the new NTFS filesystem size
  4)  set the bootable flag for the partition if it existed before
Otherwise you won't be able to access NTFS or can't boot from the disk!
If you make a mistake and don't have a partition table backup then you
can recover the partition table by TestDisk or Parted's rescue mode.
-> mounting device /dev/disk0s4...
Volume BOOTCAMP on /dev/disk0s4 mounted
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Plugins/DSDiskImageTask.bundle/Contents/Resources/Scripts/ntfsclone.sh" /dev/disk0s4 /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp/Windows10Enterprise_v0.i386.disk0s4 2>&1
Running ntfsclone.sh v2.9
Checking if EFI partition contains Windows booter files...
Volume EFI on /dev/disk0s1 mounted
Volume EFI on disk0s1 unmounted
Progress: 0
Saving Boot/BCD file from mount point /Volumes/BOOTCAMP to /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp/Windows10Enterprise_v0.i386.disk0s4.bcd...
Unmounting device /dev/disk0s4...
Volume BOOTCAMP on disk0s4 force-unmounted
Progress: 0
Saving MBR bootstrap code from device /dev/disk0 to /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp/Windows10Enterprise_v0.i386.disk0s4.bootstrap...
1+0 records in
1+0 records out
446 bytes transferred in 0.001471 secs (303186 bytes/sec)
Progress: 0
Saving filesystem identifier for partition /dev/disk0s4 to /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp/Windows10Enterprise_v0.i386.disk0s4.id...
Cloning the NTFS partition /dev/disk0s4 to /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp/Windows10Enterprise_v0.i386.disk0s4.ntfs...
ntfsclone v2.0.0 (libntfs 10:0:0)
NTFS volume version: 3.1
Cluster size       : 4096 bytes
Current volume size: 18915995648 bytes (18916 MB)
Current device size: 99999547392 bytes (100000 MB)
Scanning volume ...
Progress: 2
---
Progress: 98
Accounting clusters ...
Space in use       : 17914 MB (94.7%)
Progress: 0
Saving NTFS to image ...
Progress: 2
---
Progress: 98
Syncing ...
Restoring NTFS partition size...
Remounting device /dev/disk0s4...
Volume BOOTCAMP on /dev/disk0s4 mounted
-> Image action completed.
Imaging successful (elapsed time: 7.96 minutes)
Shutdown action:
Shutdown setup successful (elapsed time: 0.00 minutes)
Creating job file /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/tmp/.dss.compress.Windows10Enterprise_v0.i386.disk0s4.ntfs...
/usr/sbin/diskutil mount /dev/disk0s4 2>&1
Volume BOOTCAMP on /dev/disk0s4 mounted
/usr/sbin/bless --mount /Volumes/BOOTCAMP --setBoot --verbose 2>&1
EFI found at IODeviceTree:/efi
Mount point for /Volumes/BOOTCAMP is /Volumes/BOOTCAMP
Mount point is '/Volumes/BOOTCAMP'
No BootX creation requested
No boot.efi creation requested
found ioreg "FirmwareFeaturesMask"; featureMaskValue=0xC003FF37
found ioreg "FirmwareFeatures"; featureFlagsValue=0xC001F537
isPreBootEnvironmentUEFIWindowsBootCapable=0
preboot environment is not UEFI boot capable
isDVDWithElToritoWithUEFIBootableOS=0
Checking if disk is complex (if it is associated with booter partitions)
GPT detected
Booter partition required at index 5
System partition found
Preferred system partition found: disk0s1
Returning booter information dictionary:
<CFBasicHash 0x7f8de1600300 [0x10127d440]>{type = mutable dict, count = 3,
entries =>
"    0 : <CFString 0x100c4c990 [0x10127d440]>{contents = ""System Partitions""} = (disk0s1 )"
"    1 : <CFString 0x100c4d170 [0x10127d440]>{contents = ""Data Partitions""} =  disk0s4 )"
"    2 : <CFString 0x100c4d190 [0x10127d440]>{contents = ""Auxiliary Partitions""} = () }"
Path to mountpoint given: /Volumes/BOOTCAMP
IOMedia disk0s4 has UUID 951DA6C3-09BB-45C3-B885-8335936341E1
Setting EFI NVRAM:
"    efi-boot-device='<array><dict><key>IOMatch</key><dict><key>IOProviderClass</key><string>IOMedia</string><key>IOPropertyMatch</key><dict><key>UUID</key><string>951DA6C3-09BB-45C3-B885-8335936341E1</string></dict></dict><key>BLLastBSDName</key><string>disk0s4</string></dict></array>'"
Setting EFI NVRAM:
"    IONVRAM-DELETE-PROPERTY='efi-boot-file'"
Setting EFI NVRAM:
"    IONVRAM-DELETE-PROPERTY='efi-boot-mkext'"
Setting EFI NVRAM:
"    IONVRAM-DELETE-PROPERTY='efi-boot-kernelcache'"
NVRAM variable "boot-args" not set.
Umounting repository share point...
/sbin/umount -f /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
/bin/rmdir /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
====================================================================================================
Image-Task-Log - END

Restore-Task-Log - BEGIN
====================================================================================================
DeployStudio Runtime
DSCore.framework version 1.7.5 (b160915), Copyright 2016 The DeployStudio Team.
MAC address: 22:33:44:55:66:77
Network address: 172.17.20.10 (mac-Y02A627TRZ1X.org.int)
Network interface speed: AUTOSELECT (1000BASET <FULL-DUPLEX>)
Operating System: Mac OS X Version 10.11.6 (Build 15G31)
Date: 16/12/06 11:08:01
24 plugins were successfully loaded!
The user 'mc_adm' was successfully authenticated.
Connected to server deploy.org.int (1.7.5)
Checking server reachability (server=deploy.local port=548) ...
Mounting repository share point...
/bin/mkdir /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
/bin/chmod 777 /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
/bin/chmod 777 /tmp/DSNetworkRepository 2>&1
Mount call...
Parsing result...
Checking repository content...
Checking host firmware version
Macintosh serial number: Y02A627TRZ1X
Macintosh model: MacBookPro8,2
Boot ROM version: MBP81.88Z.0047.B2C.1510261540
Firmware ok!
Running workflow: '00 - Deploy - MacBook Pro i7' (1420F544-94A8-444B-B8F1-959D7FD14D8D)
'00 - Deploy - MacBook Pro i7' (1420F544-94A8-444B-B8F1-959D7FD14D8D) is a meta workflow. Embedded workflow tasks need to be expanded...
Step 1 - workflow task '63748066-DD6F-4882-A755-D7E67D3DDE34'
Step 2 - ok
Step 3 - ok
LOOP 0: Step 1: partition
LOOP 0: Step 2: restore
LOOP 0: Step 3: restore
Looking for available disks:
Boot device='/dev/disk1'
Repository device='(null)'
>> '/dev/disk1': boot disk
>> '/dev/disk0': ok (SSD)
Partitioning action:
Target disk size: 250059350016 bytes (249849634816 bytes available for custom partitions)
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Plugins/DSPartitionTask.bundle/Contents/Resources/Scripts/deleteparentlvg.sh" /dev/disk0 2>&1
/usr/sbin/diskutil unmountDisk force /dev/disk0 2>&1
Forced unmount of all volumes on disk0 was successful
/usr/sbin/diskutil partitionDisk /dev/disk0 3 GPTFormat "Journaled HFS+" MACOSX 125000000000B "MS-DOS FAT32" WINDOWS 100000000000B "Free Space" -FreeSpace- 1B 2>&1
Started partitioning on disk0
Unmounting disk
Creating the partition map
Waiting for the disks to reappear
Formatting disk0s2 as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) with name MACOSX
Initialized /dev/rdisk0s2 as a 116 GB case-insensitive HFS Plus volume with a 16384k journal
Mounting disk
Formatting disk0s3 as MS-DOS (FAT32) with name WINDOWS
512 bytes per physical sector
/dev/rdisk0s3: 195263872 sectors in 3050998 FAT32 clusters (32768 bytes/cluster)
bps=512 spc=64 res=32 nft=2 mid=0xf8 spt=32 hds=255 hid=244551680 drv=0x80 bsec=195311616 bspf=23836 rdcl=2 infs=1 bkbs=6
Mounting disk
Finished partitioning on disk0
/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):
#:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *250.1 GB   disk0
1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk0s1
2:                  Apple_HFS MACOSX                  124.9 GB   disk0s2
3:       Microsoft Basic Data WINDOWS                 100.0 GB   disk0s3
-> Partitioning action completed.
Partitioning successful (elapsed time: 0.21 minutes)
Restore action:
'/tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/HFS/macOSsierra_v0.i386.hfs.dmg' size: 9868.8 MB
'/tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/HFS/macOSsierra_v0.i386.recovery.dmg' size: 650.0 MB
'/Volumes/MACOSX' size: 124865.8 MB
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Frameworks/DSCore.framework/Resources/Tools/recoverydeviceid.sh" /dev/disk0s2 2>&1
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Plugins/DSRestoreTask.bundle/Contents/Resources/Scripts/addrecoverydevice.sh" /dev/disk0s2 650002432 2>&1
Recovery partition device:
/usr/sbin/diskutil splitPartition /dev/disk0s2 3 "Journaled HFS+" MACOSX 124215783424B HFS+ "Recovery HD" 650002432B "Free Space" %noformat% 0B 2>&1
Started partitioning on disk0s2 MACOSX
Splitting
Unmounting disk
Waiting for the disks to reappear
Formatting disk0s2 as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) with name MACOSX
Initialized /dev/rdisk0s2 as a 116 GB case-insensitive HFS Plus volume with a 16384k journal
Mounting disk
Formatting disk0s3 as Mac OS Extended with name Recovery HD
Initialized /dev/rdisk0s3 as a 620 MB case-insensitive HFS Plus volume
Mounting disk
Finished partitioning on disk0s2 MACOSX
/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):
#:                       TYPE NAME                    SIZE       IDENTIFIER
0:      GUID_partition_scheme                        *250.1 GB   disk0
1:                        EFI EFI                     209.7 MB   disk0s1
2:                  Apple_HFS MACOSX                  124.2 GB   disk0s2
3:                  Apple_HFS Recovery HD             650.0 MB   disk0s3
4:       Microsoft Basic Data WINDOWS                 100.0 GB   disk0s4
/usr/sbin/diskutil unmount /dev/disk0s3 2>&1
Volume Recovery HD on disk0s3 unmounted
/usr/sbin/asr restore --source /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/HFS/macOSsierra_v0.i386.recovery.dmg --target /dev/disk0s3 --puppetstrings --noprompt --erase --buffers 8 --buffersize 8m --verbose --noverify 2>&1
"XSTA    start    361    client"
"XSTA    setup"
"    Validating target...done"
"XSTA    metadata"
"    Validating source...done"
"    Retrieving scan information...done"
"    Validating sizes...done"
"XSTA    restore"
"PSTT    0    100    start restore"
Progress: 2
---
Progress: 98
"PSTP    100    100    stop restore"
Copied 568852992 bytes in 5.71 seconds, 97343.69 KiB/s
"XSTA    finish"
/usr/sbin/diskutil mount /dev/disk0s3 2>&1
Volume Recovery HD on /dev/disk0s3 mounted
/usr/sbin/bless --folder "/Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot" --label "Recovery HD" --bootefi "/Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/boot.efi" --verbose 2>&1
EFI found at IODeviceTree:/efi
Mount point for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot is /Volumes/Recovery HD
Common mount point of '/Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot' and '' is /Volumes/Recovery HD
No BootX creation requested
boot.efi unchanged at /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/boot.efi. Skipping update...
Got directory ID of 23 for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot
Got file ID of 24 for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/boot.efi
Preserving EFI alternate OS file/dir ID 23 for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot
finderinfo[0] = 23
finderinfo[1] = 24
finderinfo[2] = 0
finderinfo[3] = 23
finderinfo[5] = 23
Refitting to width 62
Refitting to width 124
Scale 1 label data is valid: YES
Putting scale 1 label bitmap in /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label
Deleting old /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label
Opened dest at /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label for writing
0x00001000 bytes preallocated for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label
Type/creator set to tbxj/chrp for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label
Scale 1 label written
Invisibility set for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label
Putting scale 2 label bitmap in /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label_2x
Deleting old /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label_2x
Opened dest at /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label_2x for writing
0x00001000 bytes preallocated for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label_2x
Scale 2 label written
Invisibility set for /Volumes/Recovery HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/.disk_label_2x
/usr/sbin/diskutil unmount /dev/disk0s3 2>&1
Volume Recovery HD on disk0s3 unmounted
/usr/sbin/asr adjust --target /dev/disk0s3 -settype Apple_Boot 2>&1
Fsck /dev/disk0s3 ....10....20....30....40....50....60....70....80....90....100
Adjust completed successfully
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Frameworks/DSCore.framework/Resources/Tools/physicaldeviceid.sh" /dev/disk0s2 2>&1
/usr/sbin/diskutil enableOwnership /dev/disk0s2 2>&1
File system user/group ownership enabled
Setting boot device to '/dev/disk0s2'.
/usr/sbin/diskutil unmount force /dev/disk0s2 2>&1
Volume MACOSX on disk0s2 force-unmounted
/usr/sbin/asr restore --source /tmp/DSNetworkRepository/Masters/HFS/macOSsierra_v0.i386.hfs.dmg --target /dev/disk0s2 --puppetstrings --noprompt --allowfragmentedcatalog --noverify --erase --buffers 8 --buffersize 8m 2>&1
"XSTA    start    361    client"
"XSTA    setup"
"    Validating target...done"
"XSTA    metadata"
"    Validating source...done"
"    Retrieving scan information...done"
"    Validating sizes...done"
"XSTA    restore"
"PSTT    0    100    start restore"
Progress: 2
---
Progress: 98
"PSTP    100    100    stop restore"
"XSTA    finish"
/usr/sbin/diskutil mount /dev/disk0s2 2>&1
Volume Macintosh on /dev/disk0s2 mounted
/usr/sbin/diskutil rename /dev/disk0s2 Macintosh 2>&1
Volume on disk0s2 renamed to Macintosh
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Plugins/DSRestoreTask.bundle/Contents/Resources/Scripts/osxcleanup.sh" /Volumes/Macintosh 2>&1
Running osxcleanup.sh v1.29
Deleting certificate "com.apple.kerberos.kdc" items from keychain file "/Volumes/Macintosh/Library/Keychains/System.keychain"
Key "com.apple.kerberos.kdc" deleted
Certificate deleted
Key "com.apple.kerberos.kdc" deleted
Deleting certificate "com.apple.systemdefault" items from keychain file "/Volumes/Macintosh/Library/Keychains/System.keychain"
Key "com.apple.systemdefault" deleted
Certificate deleted
Key "com.apple.systemdefault" deleted
Exiting osxcleanup.sh v1.29
ds_finalize_install.sh - v1.19 (Tue Dec 6 12:49:35 CET 2016)
ds_finalize_install.sh - end
Setting startup volume to 'Macintosh'.
/bin/chmod 755 /Volumes/Macintosh 2>&1
/usr/sbin/chown root:wheel /Volumes/Macintosh 2>&1
"/Applications/Utilities/DeployStudio Admin.app/Contents/Plugins/DSRestoreTask.bundle/Contents/Resources/Scripts/fixByHostPrefs.sh" Macintosh 2>&1
fixByHostPrefs.sh - v1.14 (Tue Dec 6 12:49:36 CET 2016)
====================================================================================================
Restore-Task-Log - END

Last edited by CLIP-CH (2017-01-31 13:56:58)

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#2 2017-01-31 14:27:52

mjsanders
Member
From: Schiedam, Netherlands
Registered: 2008-09-02
Website

Re: Can't deploy Windows 10 Enterprise (64-Bit) to MacBookPro8,2/iMac12,1

It should be possible. I did this in the past.

The error you write is (according to others) realting to broken MBR, which can be fixed by booting from windows installer media, but should be prevented.
Your hardware support Hybrid MBR type of Bootcamp. (as far as I know) not UEFI...

tips:
-create master from windows partition that is smaller than the deployed volume. (I do not see any error in your log, but just to be sure) If you start with 100GB (18 GB used) it will only restore to partitions 100GB or larger (in my experience from a few years ago)
-in your restore log I see no mention of the windows10 image being restored. ?!
- restore windows as last step (otherwise the creation of the recoveryHD can destroy the hybrid MBR information, disk0s3 becomes disk0s4 etc)
-I assume you ran sysprep before imaging?

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#3 2017-01-31 15:13:36

CLIP-CH
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Registered: 2016-09-06

Re: Can't deploy Windows 10 Enterprise (64-Bit) to MacBookPro8,2/iMac12,1

Hey mjsanders

Thank you for your fast reply. I'll try it the way you suggested it (smaller partition). The Windows is sucessful restored. You see all the files and folders form the macOS. No I did not sysprep the windows. Reason: It is a fully configured windows with apps and user settings (cours room).

See you soon ;-)

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#4 2017-02-02 15:30:21

CLIP-CH
Member
Registered: 2016-09-06

Re: Can't deploy Windows 10 Enterprise (64-Bit) to MacBookPro8,2/iMac12,1

Hello mjsanders

I give for the windows more space (the master was 110 GB, the target got 120 GB). Still the same problem. The restoration of the windows was all the time the last in the workflow. I tried also not to restore the recovery volume. No success too. I read few articles in the web about the hybrid-MBR problem about the old macs (before 2011). The solutions where also not successful. I'm trying to solve the problem with WinClone.

Maybe you have another solution? Thanks in advance.

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