Solution For 0x8007000f Sccm Error

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Hi! I’m trying to create some new HP systems using windows10 using SSD M.2 drivers. But the task sequence is failing with 0x8007000f sccm. I searched on google about this error, but every article says to run disc part. But when I try to run it, some different error appears on the screen. Now, I’m unable to fix this error. Share the steps to fix 0x8007000f sccm error.

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Solution For 0x8007000f Sccm Error


This error occurs when there is some problem with the partition or BitLocker encryption. You can create partition because of which this error is occurring, and this will fix the error. You can use these steps to fix the issue-

  • Press the F8 key on your keyboard.
  • Click on the ‘Disk part.’
  • Select disc0.
  • Clean the disc.
  • Now, convert gpt.
  • Create a partition EFI of size 300
  • Assign any letter you want.
  • Format the quick fs-FAT32.
  • Create a partition msr of size 128.
  • Create a primary partition.
  • Assign the letter-c.
  • Now, you must format quick fs-NTFS.
  • Now, exit.
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Solution For 0x8007000f Sccm Error


If you receive error code “8007000F”, one user was able to fix it using diskpart. If you are trying to format a hard drive that is bigger than 2 TB and has an MBR partition table, you can use diskpart to erase the entire drive. First, identify the disk number of the drive you want to erase or fix. Click “Start” then right-click “Computer” and select “Manage”.

In “Computer Management” window, select “Disk Management” on the left pane then take note of the disk number of the drive you want to fix, for example: Disk 0, Disk 1, and so on. After this, press the Windows key + R to bring up the “Run” dialog then type without quotes “cmd” then hit Enter to launch an elevated command prompt.

In the command prompt window, run the following commands:

list disk

This will list the drives on your computer with their respective disk number. Identify your target drive then you need to select it by running the following command:

select disk 1

Replace without quotes “disk 1” with the correct disk number of your target drive, for example, without quotes “select disk 2”. Next, once the drive is selected, run the following command:


After this, the entire drive’s partition, data, and signature will be removed. You should see the following message in the command prompt:

“DiskPart succeeded in cleaning the disk.”

When you are finished, the drive can now be re-initialized, partitioned, and formatted.

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