what driver did you load
also on the forums there have been reports that they had to run ipconfig /renew to get an ip address because the wait4ip.exe wasn't doing it. After it times out, open up the command prompt and type in ipconfig /renew and see if you are getting an ip then..
Wow - thanks for the quick reply.
The driver is the Marvell Yukon driver - yk60x86.inf from the HP website, which I now know is the correct one (see below...)
I tired your suggestion of doing an ipconfig /renew, while wait4ip was running, and IT WORKED! I got an IP and the OSD process continued. I suspect there is something weird going on with this netbook as ipconfig also reported the following...
An error occurred while releasing interface Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1: The system cannot find the file specified.
It looks to me that the notepad is reporting a second interface of some kind which is confusing wait4ip. I've tried disabling the WLAN & bluetooth in the BIOS but this doesn't seem to make a difference.
Anyway, my PC is now building thanks to your reply. Many Thanks
awesome, now that you know that works. I'll give you the steps to embed the command into the pxe process.
- Read this guide on how to mount the boot.wim - http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-7651
- once you got that mounted - go to \windows\system32 and edit startnet.cmd
- Go to the section and modify
REM wait to get a valid IP \ldclient\ldsleep 10 \ldclient\wait4ip /t 90 ipconfig /renew
- copy new boot.wim to c:\Program Files\LANDesk\PXE\System\images\boot
- give a go
When i was working with HP Probook 5310m, i tested each one of the files and the one that worked for me was yk62x86. Once you load that up under InstalledDrivers, that should work also.
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