Citrix Hypervisor – Paravirtualized VM won't boot after upgrade to Hypervisor 7.0

Updated the following files that are used to boot the XS installer to match the current version being installed, on this particular case, files on the TFTP server were from previous Hypervisor version 6.x

mboot.c32

pxelinux.0

These files are needed on a TFTP server according to the Network Boot Installation process described here:

https://docs.citrix.com/en-us/xenserver/7-1/install/network-boot.html

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Upon startup, one Win7 computer just gets stuck at the black screen with “bootguard _” on it. I’ve looked at several solutions online and so far none of them work. I do have a WinPE UFD with the encryption stuff on it, but any WinPE environment won’t even recognize there’s an internal hard drive at all. I can boot up with a GParted live CD and that will see the disk just fine. I can even browse its contents with the GParted live CD (between that and the SEE snap-in), so I know the disk is not encrypted.

I’ve tried using diskpart, but of course, the internal HDD is not recognized as even being connected by the Windows PE environment
I’ve tried using Bootrec.exe /FixMbr, but of course, the internal HDD is not…. you get the picture. Anything I’ve tried won’t work without the WinPE environment realizing that there’s a disk attached. Only live linux distros see the internal HDD.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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PXE don’t start

I need a solution

Hi all,

I have all tutorials and all videos read and watch but I don’t have a solution for my problem. I have no idea what to do in my case.

I have GSS Suite on a Server 2012R2 in a VM ESXI and on the same VM machina a windows 7 prof. Client. If I want to boot PXE

I become the following screen and after this my Win7 boot normaly but don’t boot PXE. Is there anyone who have the same problem?

Thanks for your help

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ipxe -> symantec pxe chain

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ipxe -> symantec pxe chain

Hallo all, 

Could someone help us with the following?:

We boot our clients using ipxe, users get a menu to boot from. 
One of the options is symantec.

We chainload using the following command: 
chain tftp://192.168.200.28/BSTrap/x86pc/BStrap.0, this works in BIOS.

For UEFI we use:
chain tftp://192.168.200.28/BTrap/X64/BStrap.efi, this goes wrong.

If i leave out ipxe and directly boot Symantec via pxe in UEFI, it works after setting option 60 PXEClient.

I have already contacted the ipxe developers, they said i need to ask Symantec:

http://forum.ipxe.org/showthread.php?tid=18169

Could someone help me with this i have tried a lot of things but i am not able to resolve it?

Thank you
Wietse

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We received a batch of latitude 5591’s and at first I struggled getting one to boot to PXE / TFTP to pull down the ghost image. Had to change to Legacy boot mode in order to do that. Now, when I boot it pulls down the ghost client fine and runs it. I thought I was going to be fine but then I saw this:

notice the source says “Local drive [1], 244198 MB” but the MB remaining says 2093737 (??)

please help

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