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Ris Instalation will not initialize Boradcom NETXTREME NIC II in a HP DL 360 G5 Server ( Win Pe 2.0 )

Posted on 2008-06-13
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I Can not deploy the Hp G5 server whit the Boradcom NETXTREME II NIC - the RIS installation are with Win PE 2.0 - and it is a 2003 server 32bit image

I Have tried many things solutions:
http://www.broadcom.com/docs/driver_download/NetXtremeII_readme.txt
the win pe from windows 2008 server
etc.

Has anyone encounter the same problem - and com up with a solution.
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Ive had loads of strange problems with the broadcom Nics, try disableing everything in the advanced section of the drivers properties. Failing that stick in a different NIC.
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HI
I found a special ris driver for the NIC at the bordcom homepage ( only inject that driver to your Win PE image )
Funny that you cannot download the driver from HP webside - for the DL 360 G5 Server.
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