We’ve got a bunch older machines which throw up the errors during PXE boot:
PXE-T04: Access violation
PXE-E36: Error recieved from TFTP server
PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE Rom
This only happens on a certain model of PC – So I believe that rules out a lot of common issues those errors pertain to.
My thought is that the onboard NIC is too old to load the x64 wdsnbp.com and may only work with the x86 version?
However, DHCP is managed by the core switch at the site I’m working on, and in order to change this requires going through CAB and other red tape and then finding a comms guy to go change it. And there is no guarantee the change will work.
So instead of that, would it be possible to just switch the files around (temporarily) so that the 32bit files will be in the x64 folder, just to test.