We work in an environment with machines running mostly CentOS 7.3 but from times to times we need to switch to Windows 10.
To manage those changes, we have a PXE boot solution with tree options:
- boot currently locally installed OS
- reinstall CentOS (minimal OS with SaltStack recipe)
- reinstall Windows 10 (restore a clone of a Windows 10 disk image with clonezilla)
The issue we're facing is that Windows 10 doesn't support the Raid Controller PERC H310. So basically, when restoring the Windows image, we can't boot on it because Windows doesn't find the drives. Same issue when trying a clean install, Windows doesn't find any local disk.
I've tested every solution I've found like testing with previous version driver during Windows install... doesn't help so far.
Also, I'm sure of the issue since when attaching the drive directly to the motherboard (so skipping the raid controller) it works.
Any suggested solutions will be appreciated. Thanks.