Hello, i have a fresh E6220 out of the box and when i try to boot it into my KBE i get the loading dots and then a flash "failed to load image" - i looked on the forums and used my driver feed to download the latest KBE drivers - then recreated my KBE - no joy, then downloaded a driver pack direct from KACE, installed it in the KBE drivers share, recached and then rebuilt another KBE, still no joy, i was wondering if anyone was expericencing similar issues, if not ill log a call with support.

 

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downgraded the bios to A03 and its working fine.
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At this time, we have confirmed that A03 and A07 do work, however A08 is broken.  We have submitted this to the appropriate party.

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Answered 07/24/2012 by: cserrins
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Can you wipe out your drivers in kbe and try with this driverpack?

http://downloads.kace.com/support/downloads/drivers/KBE_driver_pack-a08-r_k-arvy.zip

We are testing before releasing, but would be great to know if it works.

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Answered 07/23/2012 by: cserrins
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http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/not-enough-memory-error-when-loading-kbe-during-scripted-install

You probably have seen this already, but could this possibly be related to the issues some people were having with the new bios?

Answered 07/23/2012 by: Ben M
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  • i didnt see that, ill give it a go and update......
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also im running the WAIK for win 7 SP1 - im now attempting a bios update on this machine to test.

 

Answered 07/23/2012 by: trentderby
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  • no luck there either.

    i will log a call with support.
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And that works, downgraded the bios to A03 and its working fine.

 

 

Answered 07/23/2012 by: trentderby
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  • Sweet, glad that worked.
  • Call me paranoid, but this is one of the reasons why I never do driver/firmware updates unless they address issues that are directly affecting my machines.

    John
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