Hp 500b no pxe
Hello to all, I am having problems working with the HP 500b Model and i can't preform PXE boot to the machine i am receving the folowing messages when the pxe crashes: Pxe –t 04 Pxe –e36 in the server i don't see any messages about the crash and i tried the following actions: 1. updating Bios for the computer. 2. clearing\reinstalling the PXE POINT from the sccm server and deleting the temp folder no help .... can anyone think of a way to resolve this ? thanks in advance for your help in this matter. Mkuriel
October 13th, 2010 12:44pm
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October 13th, 2010 1:23pm
First of all, I would like to share following information with you. PXE-T04: Access Violation PXE-E36: Error Received from TFTP Server Please check SMSPXE.log on the PXE Service Point Server from the clients you are PXE booting, if you can see many error messages indicates the client never contacts the PXE Service Point, this issue could be causedy by an issue with DHCP. You may need to configure IP Helper (BOOTP) settings on the router or configure the DHCP Scope Options as appropriate. This can also occur if the settings are configured improperly. For example, looking at a network capture you might notice that the PXE Boot File path being passed to the client from the DHCP Offer packet is something like \smsboot\x86\name.com which indicates that the PXE Boot File Path is not getting passed correctly from the DHCP Scope Options on the DHCP server. This can occur with some Linux DHCP server appliances unless the path is specified as such: \\smsboot\\x86\\name.com Some DHCP servers require double backslashes for the Boot File Name Scope Option so if you configure it using standard UNC naming conventions (e.g. \\smsboot\x86\name.com) it can fail in this manner. Hope it helps.Please remember to click Mark as Answer on the post that helps you, and to click Unmark as Answer if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
October 20th, 2010 5:42am