CRC32.exe check fails on Windows 8 UEFI machines
|Article:TECH214752|||||Created: 2014-02-05|||||Updated: 2014-02-05|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH214752|
During a CRC Verify after an image restore of Windows 8 returns an error.
Error Number: 11114
Message: Ghost Batch mode CRC32 operation failed.
Windows 8 UEFI machines that incorporate Secure Boot during startup cause a false report of a CHKDSK bit or "dirty bit" to be set. When this bit is set, Ghost sees it as a possible problem with the File System or that the machine was not shutdown in a proper manner. The setting of this bit also causes the CRC32 check to fail. This bit does not cause an image create or restore failure, but rather a Warning is displayed and user intervention is required in order to continue.
The Solution is to both Create and Restore the image using the -NTIL and -NTIC switches, which tell ghost to ignore the "dirty bits" and continue with the Cloning process.
A permanent solution is being worked on for the next release of Ghost Solution Suite. This article will be updated when more information is available.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH214752