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  • ImageUSB failing to extend partition even after trying latest build v1.2

    I created an image of an 8GB flash drive and I'm trying to write the image to a larger 16GB flash driver; however, I'm receiving an error that it is unable to extend the partition. I see where this issue was supposed to be fixed within the latest release.

  • #2
    What is the filesystem format of the image?

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    • #3
      Hi Richard. I have the same error when i try to extend a EXT partition (pi sd card). Extention of a partition/disk is limited to specific FS or any other factors also

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      • #4
        Originally posted by xbox123 View Post
        I have the same error when i try to extend a EXT partition...
        Option to extend partition when writing image is currently only supported for single partition images with NTFS file system. Other file systems are not supported at this time.

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        • #5
          I am also having issues with pushing smaller images to larger USB drives. The last thing I tried was created a new bin from a 4Gb usb formatted NTFS and thentrying to image a 64Gb flash. It goes through the motions until it tries to extend the partition. At that point, ImageUSB crashes and stops.
          I am using the latest version from the website build 1003.
          I tried again, running as Administrator.. still the same thing.
          Any ideas?

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          • #6
            If it crashes, can you send us the debug log file,

            To have imageUSB output debug information you need to start imageUSB with the "-d" command line arguement. It will save the debug information into the logfile, "imageUSB.log".

            Quick way to do this is create a shortcut to imageUSB.exe. Right click->Properties and then edit the target. (i.e. "C:\Users\Passmark01\Desktop\imageUSB\imageUSB .exe -d")

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