KACE Product Support Question

Scripted installation of Win 10 x64 version 1809 fails after the driver installation step. Error: Invalid Partition Table!

05/06/2019 471 views

I have been successfully deploying Win 10 x64 version 1809 using my K2000 for several months with no issues. However, last week after doing a successful deployment on a Dell Optipex 3020 in the morning I attempted another deployment in the afternoon on a Dell Latitude E6440. After completing the driver installation step the system automatically reboots and when it attempts to come back up it goes to a black screen and says Invalid Partition Table! I have now tried to deploy on several different machines and each has the same result. 

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  • Normally that is a hardware issue.

    Have you tried re-uploading the ISO again?

    Maybe you are bootig in Legacy Mode but Using UEFI partitioning scripts or vice-versa?
  • You might also want to check in Bios if Secure Boot is enabled or disabled.

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Thanks to Channeler's comment about booting in Legacy or UEFI I was able to figure out the issue.  When i first initiated the imaging process I initiated a one time boot using f12 as i always do and chose UEFI IPV4 However i apparently failed to changed the default from legacy boot to UEFI in the bios. So when the system did the automatic reboot after loading the drivers it booted into legacy, therefore causing the issue. It was booting in legacy bios instead of UEFI.

So thank you Channeler for putting me on the trail

Answered 05/06/2019 by: jmcfates
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