I am using a GParted ISO boot iso image with Hyper-v & an Ubuntu Virtual Machine where I want to resize the volumes after adding more disk space.

Error Message:

[ 0.0085051] PCI: Fatal: No config space access function found


  • Windows 10 with Microsoft Hyper-v.
  • Ubuntu operating system initially setup with 12GB was expanded to 30GB.
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Firmware settings are configured as an EFI SCSI Device of type "DCD Drive: and the "gparted-live-0.33.0-1-i686.iso" is loaded and set to boot first in the boot order.

Steps to duplicate:

  1. Powering on the VM loads the GParted live cd properly.
  2. Choosing any of the options: with the exception of to RAM(which hangs) results in the unexpected results{3. Unexpected Results} below.
    • GParted Live (Default Settings)
    • GParted Live (Default Settings, KMS)
    • GParted Live (To RAM, boot media can be removed later)
    • GParted Live Safe graphic settings (vga-normal)
    • GParted Live (Failsafe mode)
  3. Unexpected Results:
    • Hangs with the message:"[ 0.0085051] PCI: Fatal: No config space access function found"
  • make sure you are using amd64 and not i686... that was my issue. – Cameron Butterfield Apr 11 at 14:35

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