Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted July 31, Can you post a picture of what it looks like? Normally we don’t boot from the network at all, but from local drives, so I have no idea what should be in here. Posted July 29,
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However – how do I set up a boot file? I’ve set up an imaging task seems you can’t edit these once created? Normally we don’t boot from the network at all, but from local drives, so I have no idea what should be in here. Are those colors standard for this system, or am I flirting with a potential problem? Gx27 in Already have an account?
These are desktop units, not laptops. Does the PXE boot screen give you any errors before moving on to xp?
How to configure BIOS to PXE boot on a Dell OptiPlex GX
Results 1 to 10 of Cheers, Ken Ryan wrote: Didn’t mean to insinuate you said “all”. Imaging Dell Optiplex GX Ken, It appears that in the past few days you have not received a response to your posting. Seems you can just create it and nothing more.
You can adjust your cookie settingsotherwise we’ll assume you’re okay to continue. If not it is “nvlnbps. Also, is there any way to find out what is happening with the imaging job, or to change it at all?
The server is detected, but it looks as though I have to set a policy for the machine first? Sign In Sign Up.
I found articles saying the orange color indicated a problem, but my connection works fine. I’m sorry, but I’m not intimately familiar with your NIC card.
How to configure BIOS to PXE boot on a Dell OptiPlex GX270
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Thanks for the info, though! Posted July 29, Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. See later post for update.
I thought there was no message from PXE because it whips by quite fast, but this is what I see if get a pause at the right point: Not sure what you want a picture of, but can’t post one anyway as my USB gxx270 has to be replaced.
Such that green is 10Base-T, orange is Base-T, and yellow is Base-T and all of that is dependent on the Ethernet side of your modem? Posted Gx2270 30, edited.