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  • I am trying to deploy win7 x32 on a HP DC7100 SFF PC. Instaling from DVD works fine.

    I have created my OS deployment Image, a TS, deployed the TS to a collection and imported the PC via mac into the collection. I have also installed the NIC driver into the Boot Image (x86). When I try to install the image to the PC it getting to the SCCM screen but never give the option to select the TS I've made available.

    I have looked in the smspxe.log file and it says there is no TS available which there is.  I have also looked on the client in the wpeinit.log which says, if I am reading right "WaitForNetworkToInitialize failed" and the computer just reboots. I dont have the problem when installing x64 images.  I have also updated the boot images which was successful

    Can anyone help by point me in the right direction.  I no its the correct nic drivers because it works when I install windows via CD

    Thanks

    Wayne

    2014-05-08 16:02:22.184, Info      No unattend file was found; WPEINIT is using default settings to initialize WinPE
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.184, Info      Spent 1265ms initializing removable media before unattend search
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      ==== Initializing Display Settings ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      No display settings specified
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      ==== Initializing Computer Name ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      Generating a random computer name
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      No computer name specified, generating a random name.
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      Renaming computer to MININT-22SICP4.
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      Waiting on the profiling mutex handle
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      Acquired profiling mutex
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      Service winmgmt disable: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.216, Info      Service winmgmt stop: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      Service winmgmt enable: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      Released profiling mutex
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000000)
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      ==== Initializing Virtual Memory Paging File ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      No WinPE page file setting specified
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      ==== Initializing Optional Components ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.247, Info      WinPE optional component 'Microsoft-WinPE-WMI' is present
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.294, Info      WinPE optional component 'Microsoft-WinPE-WSH' is present
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.309, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000000)
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.325, Info      ==== Initializing Network Access and Applying Configuration ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.325, Info      No EnableNetwork unattend setting was specified; the default action for this context is to enable networking support.
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.325, Info      Global handle for profiling mutex is non-null
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.325, Info      Waiting on the profiling mutex handle
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.325, Info      Acquired profiling mutex
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.903, Info      Install MS_MSCLIENT: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:22.903, Info      Install MS_NETBIOS: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:23.075, Info      Install MS_SMB: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:23.294, Info      Install MS_TCPIP6: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.013, Info      Install MS_TCPIP: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.013, Info      Service dhcp start: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.013, Info      Service lmhosts start: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.184, Info      Service ikeext start: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.309, Info      Service mpssvc start: 0x00000000
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.309, Info      Released profiling mutex
    2014-05-08 16:02:24.309, Info      Spent 1985ms installing network components
    2014-05-08 16:02:25.059, Info      Installing device root\kdnic X:\WINDOWS\INF\kdnic.inf succeeded
    2014-05-08 16:02:34.606, Info      Installing device pci\ven_14e4&dev_1677&subsys_3006103c X:\WINDOWS\INF\oem0.inf succeeded
    2014-05-08 16:02:34.903, Info      Spent 10593ms installing network drivers
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Error     QueryAdapterStatus: no adapters found.
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      Spent 16ms confirming network initialization; status 0x80004005
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      WaitForNetworkToInitialize failed; ignoring error
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x003d0001)
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      ==== Applying Firewall Settings ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      ==== Executing Synchronous User-Provided Commands ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      ==== Executing Asynchronous User-Provided Commands ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      ==== Applying Shutdown Settings ====
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      No shutdown setting was specified
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      STATUS: SUCCESS (0x00000001)


    Thursday, May 8, 2014 3:36 PM

Answers

  • Thank you for your replies. I resolved the issue.  I injected the updated NIC driver into the boot images which I did not need to do, once removed it all worked fine

    w

    • Marked as answer by wmb37 Friday, May 9, 2014 7:17 AM
    Friday, May 9, 2014 7:16 AM

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  • What does smsts.log tell? Have you got in IP address when running PE? What does smspxe.log tell?

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Thursday, May 8, 2014 5:13 PM
  • It Looks like there are no Network Adapters recognized.

    Spent 10593ms installing network drivers
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Error     QueryAdapterStatus: no adapters found.
    2014-05-08 16:02:35.044, Info      Spent 16ms confirming network initialization; status 0x80004005

    This means you have to Import the Network Card Driver to WinPE. The following blog post describes how to find the relevant Drivers and how to Import them. http://www.adamfowlerit.com/2013/10/08/troubleshooting-nic-drivers-in-winpe-for-sccm-2012/


    Cheers,

    Thomas Kurth
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    • Proposed as answer by Joyce L Friday, May 9, 2014 3:02 AM
    Thursday, May 8, 2014 9:43 PM
  • Thank you for your replies. I resolved the issue.  I injected the updated NIC driver into the boot images which I did not need to do, once removed it all worked fine

    w

    • Marked as answer by wmb37 Friday, May 9, 2014 7:17 AM
    Friday, May 9, 2014 7:16 AM