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Dell D630 cannot boot using PXE


I have a Dell D630 Latitue Laptop...I am having a problem downloading an Image from a PXE server. It says transferring image and just hangs. I am using a broadcomm Netxtreme NIC

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    I have Dell D630's with the new bios and I cannot get them to load my BartPE disks completely. I get into where I enter the server name and then hit enter and it says "no disks found error 525." Something in the bios is stopping the disk from loading. Any suggestions?



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Try booting from the F12 menu (Press F12 ONLY ONCE) and see if you can boot from the NIC successfully there.

If NO GO, try updating the BIOS A09 is the current version:

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