I used the OS X (10.6.7) Disk Utility to make an image of an NTFS partition/volume. The resulting DMG file was imagescanned.
Now, when I come to try to restore the image to a new partition on the same machine (whose size is larger than the original, just to be sure), I am informed that 'Source image volume size is not an exact multiple of 1 MiB'.
I have read some solutions which suggested shrinking/compacting the NTFS volume before taking the image but it's a little too late for me now!
Is it possible to tweak the DMG file so that ASR doesn't complain? I'd prefer to avoid doing the in-place restore on a new, empty NTFS volume (since it's less efficient).
NTFS-3g is installed and available.
marley:~ root# asr restore --source windows.dmg --target /dev/disk0s3 --erase Validating target...done Validating source...done Erase contents of /dev/disk0s3 ()? [ny]: y Repartitioning target device... Source image volume size is not an exact multiple of 1 MiB