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nm1991
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Pxe boot with Lenovo L380

Hello ,

 

I have the same problem with a wds 2008 r2 .

I have a L380 and i can't boot by wds i am reiceiving the error " the machine can't obtain ip address from dhcp" i added the drivers with adk , because with dism doesn't work.

When i did this :

 

dism /get-wiminfo /wimfile:

 

 

 

Why i have 2 files now? I inserted the drivers for usb and dockstation in the right place on the image but i can't boot by wds with this model of laptop l380.

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Re: Pxe boot with Lenovo L380

@nm1991,

 

Which Index did you update in the WinPE Image?

 

TLawson

nm1991
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Re: Pxe boot with Lenovo L380

I think on the index 2 , because i when i mount the image i did this :
Dism /Mount-Image /ImageFile:"E:\teste\teste1.wim" /index:2 /MountDir:"E:\teste1"
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Re: Pxe boot with Lenovo L380

@nm1991

 

I believe that you will want to edit Index:1 not Index:2.  I dont think that WDS will serve out specific indices, and by default, that is 1.

 

TLawson

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Re: Pxe boot with Lenovo L380

Yes but what can caused this...i'm using the dock station usb 3.0 basic dock and i can't deploy the images on L380

Could you give us a help with this?

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Re: Pxe boot with Lenovo L380

@nm1991,

 

I am unclear of the root cause of this issue of the creation of index 2 in your boot .WIM file.  Maybe that was done from your boot file creation when doing an update or import in WDS.

 

My advice would be to do the following:

1. Copy the E:\Images\Teste1.wim to another folder to have a backup.

2. Open the Start > Windows Kits >Deployment and Imaging Tools Environment command line window

3. Mount the boot image.

DISM /Mount-Wim /WimFile:E:\Images\Teste1.wim /index:1 /MountDir:E:\MountedImage

4. Then add the drivers you are looking for.  You can find them here.

DISM /Image:E:\MountedImage /Add-Driver /Driver:E:\DriversToAdd /recurse

5. Then unmount and commit the image.

DISM /Unmount-Wim /MountDir:E:\MountedImage /commit

Import a copy to WDS.

Test the PXE.

 

TLawson

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