An image was being created (in this case of a Windows 7 machine) and the image files filled the whole destination disk.
There was a least one partition on the drive being imaged that could not be recognized as a valid type. So when the image was created instead of creating the image as a file based image the image was created as a sector based image and the image would be roughly the same size as the disk it was imaging.
There were many things in this case that were tried including resizing the partitions on the drive to be imaged but they did not help in this instance. The operating system was reinstalled and the imaging then worked properly.
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