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When PXE booting a E6520 we receive the following error:

ERROR: Unable to determine servder IP address from DHCP
WARNING: Using hardcoded K2000 IP address as fallback

It appears to be a network driver issue with the new E6520's
I have downloaded the (Dell Driver Pack for WinPE), but am unsure about how to use the DISM tool to integrate / rebuild the KBE.
Not sure if doing this will fix the issue.
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Once the driver is in the driver share, just re-cache.

Don't worry messing with DISM, its easier to just rebuild the KBE using the media manager.
Answered 07/18/2011 by: dchristian
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Yup, go to: "http://kbox/driver_manage" recache the K2000 Boot enviroment(s) and upload a new WinPE via the media manager, by far the easiest way =)
Answered 07/19/2011 by: rmeyer
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Did all that, still not working. Any other ideas?
Answered 07/26/2011 by: techneck
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Nevermind, were the wrong drivers. Trying again.
Answered 07/26/2011 by: techneck
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Yes. After getting the right drivers. With the first go around, the NIC came up, but OS install failed with no drives found. Then I added the storage driver, re-cached drivers (again), and rebuilt the boot environment (again), and all went well.
You know, considering the kbox is a Dell product, you'd think they'd automate the kbox driver updating process with (at least) their own drivers.
Answered 07/29/2011 by: techneck
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