stevenriz Posted January 8, 2016 Report Share Posted January 8, 2016 Hi all. New to SD and have successfully been deploying to Dells and Lenovos just fine but now have the need to start with Windows Surface Pro 4 tablets. Using USB media to test, imaging fails during the Provisioning disks process with the message "An exception has occurred" and stops. This makes the Surface un-bootable. so I need to do a Surface "recover" routine to get it working again. These Surface Pro 4's have 8GB and 250GB SSD (not that it matters) and I have the proper Surface Pro 4 platform pack on the USB drive. The USB media was created using "SmartPE (64-bit) [uEFI/Legacy boot, FAT32 media] -- I tried using Legacy boot only and that will not boot the Surface at all. Any thoughts? Thanks, Steve Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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