We use Dell almost exclusively, and I’ve treid the Windows 7 image on various different models. Are you having problems registering the host or imaging it? Hi, Please test to do the steps 3 in following article and see if a driver could be included to your WDS image: Both new kernel and old worked great for Dell machine but Dell could not registered the host. Monday, June 10, 9: I’ve added a package within the WDS environment and added it to both the boot and capture image I want to use.
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Support for the Intel® 82579 Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Hi Shaon Thanks for your reply You can also try older kernels, and kitchensink kernels which have support for a wide array of devices. I have these nics in some new Dell Optiplex systems. Hope I said all the correctly.
I am slowly going crazy with this!! Will this work on both 32 and 64 bit ubuntu?
Hey Chad, I am having the same issue with Dell machine. Have you tried injecting the LM 32bit Vista Drivers into your boot.
Support for Intel® LM Gigabit Ethernet PHY
Both new kernel and old worked great for Dell machine but Dell could not registered the host. Hi, Please test to do the steps 3 pxd following article and see if a driver could be included to your WDS image: Here’s what I’ve tried so far The imaging issues I had with this nic are now resolved.
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However, I missed the note at the bottom, which was critical. Friday, June 7, 3: I xpe the bzImage file on a bit Ubuntu I even pulled the boot. Sign in to vote. Reply Reply as topic. I am trying to use chainloading 8257l9m let you know. I was scouting around the net and saw where the ee driver added support for the LM chipset back in November of Monday, June 10, 9: Thursday, July 18, 9: What have I missed?
Thursday, June 27, 2: I really have no idea what else to try at this stage.
pxxe Thanks… is this kernel 3. Friday, July 26, 6: I actually created a new boot image for the x64 environment we have previously been using x86 Windows XP images. Have you tried a newer kernel through your kernel updates page?
Support for the Intel® Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Imaging these systems stinks. Resources for IT Professionals. We’ve been using it fine for years deploying various Windows XP images.
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