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Chkdsk does not work in windows 10I am getting this error:. I am having the same exact problem with my Zotac zbox pi The problem is that the freePBX distro install does not recognise the built-in eMMC drive and therefore cannot find anywhere to install. This can be seen if the advanced installation option is chosen and the GUI of the install is seen. During the initialisation phase I can see an error something like "error 22 error initialising MMC device "or something to that effect since it flashes by too quickly. The installation routines look for devices to install to, but filter out ones identified as removable. Maybe you should submit a ticket. It would also make installing to a Thumb Drive theoretically simpler maybe. Do you have any insight for me on how to open one? Saying that, if you do have an issue, the place to report them is issues. Seems the algorithm for determining removable media could use some improvement. Identifying permanently installed flash media ie: soldered to the system board as removable media seems rather questionable. Mini PCs seem to have this permanent flash media as their primary or only storage intended to host whatever OS the user puts on the device. Either way, this only affects automatic installs. If you just pick Advanced, you can do whatever you want. I wonder why the drives would have the RM bit set then, when they are obviously not RM. Will try the Advanced option to get around it - thanks for the feedback. Is there anyone out there who can give me some pointers on troubleshooting this further? I too am able to install centOS 7 manually without any issues. Hopefully this issue can be resolved quickly!
Fix Diskpart Delete Partition Override Not Working
Re: Disk detection with kickstart
8 Linux ‘Parted’ Commands to Create, Resize and Rescue Disk Partitions