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GKV
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x2 210 - PXE-boot

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HP x2 210 G1
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I have a HP x2 210 G1 Detachable.

 

I have an USB to Ethernet adapter, and want to PXE boot to connect to SCCM and retrieve a new image.

 

I cannot find anywhere in BIOS where I can choose Legacy Boot - only UEFI boot is available.

I have disablet Secure Boot.

 

When I push F12, it doesn't seem like it recognize the USB network adapter.

When I push F9, I get 

OS Boot manager (UEFI) – Windows Boot Manager

Boot from EFI File

 

Is there anywhere I can enable Legacy Boot or get pxe-boot to work on my USB to Ethernet adapter?

(I have this one: Linksys USB Ethernet Adapter Gigabit USB 3.0)

 

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g_mac_1
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I'm looking for the answer to the same question.  There's no legacy boot option, even with the lastest F5 BIOS.  Did you have any joy or did you try reimaging on a USB key?

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Having same issue - turning of Secureboot isnt helping - anyone have a working solution for this?  I have 35 i need to image via SCCM

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Hi did you find any solution? Having the same issues here. Tried the same. No PXE boot. what strikes me is that the option to boot to network is there but not working. Need to install 66 devices using SCCM..What am i missing?

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I hit a similar situation last year with just 14 devices to build and ended up creating a task sequence to boot from USB.  If pxe boot isnt fixed by now then bootbale usb media is still your best bet.  Good Luck

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thanks. will try that. Meanwhile i did create a bootable usb and i am using that now. Not happy with 66 devices.. oh and i did find another thread about a HP usb to lan adapter (N7P47AA#AC3) which should work. Going to order that and see what happens. We use a Surface usb to lan adapter now. Will post it here.

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we have the hp usb ethernet adapters too, they just dont work for the x2 210 model

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Aneus
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was afraid that wouldn't work either..so you created a bootable usb drive with the task sequence and had to do them by hand? any problems with partitions? seems i cannot delete all partition on the drive.

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ya the hp dongle didnt work for me neither - tried the sccm bootable TS on a USB but our setup wouldnt even get the TS on a 16 gig stick....gongi to try another larger one - but my hopes are not high

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I did a standard partition disk 0, disk type Standard (MBR) with  1 NTFS partition, kept image size to a minumum, only have specific drivers for that model in task sequence and I got it all on a 16Gb usb key I think, though it was still a real pain getting it working through trial and error. 

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