Hey guys so I've been very succesfully OSD'ing various computers the past half year. Using a Task Sequence for Windows 7 Enterprise that I created in SCCM 2012 Machines include: HP 8200, Lenovo T61, T500 T520, even X230..
today I got some Lenovo x240.. so just like I did with the X230, I downloaded the SCCM driver pack from the Lenovo Driver Site for this model.
I took the network drivers from the driverpack added to the boot image, then updated Distribution point and then I fired up a x240 and entered PXE.. now something odd that caught my attention right away was the fact I didn't get to pick Windows PE.. it just started., which means I can't load with 'F8' Options. (Command Support is Enabled)
Anyways it loaded then correctly the boot image and enters Windows PE.
then it says 'Windows is Starting' ... and 'Preparing network' then it reboots...
now So, logically to me that would mean.. network driver issue.. but I'm kinda lost cause I added the 3 drivers that I would think required adding, from the official SCCM package to the boot image:
"Intel® 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection" "Intel® 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection" "Intel® Ethernet Connection I217-LM"
I quickly tested a Lenovo T520, which gets past this point, so nothing is wrong on other devices now since I can't seem to get to the 'F8' Option.. I have no idea how to troubleshoot this.
can anyone help me!? maybe just help me understand why I'm not prompted to select windows PE..