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snponly.efi hang on on ipxe initialising devices...
2019-09-17, 09:59
Post: #1
snponly.efi hang on on ipxe initialising devices...
hello,gays

the MB is Giga z77-hd3 ,when uefi pxe boot over IPv4, get screen output:

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>Start PXE over IPv4.
Station IP address is 192.168.1.104
Server IP address is 192.168.1.8
NBP filename is ipxe/snponly.efi
NBP filensize is 310016 Bytes
Downloading NBP file...

Succeed to download NBP file
iPXE initialising devices...

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is hang on Huh
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2019-09-18, 01:58
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RE: snponly.efi hang on on ipxe initialising devices...
What is the nic in the box (pciid is preferred)
Also make sure you are using the latest version of iPXE
As well as check for firmware upgrade for the board.

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2019-09-18, 04:53
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RE: snponly.efi hang on on ipxe initialising devices...
(2019-09-18 01:58)NiKiZe Wrote:  What is the nic in the box (pciid is preferred)
Also make sure you are using the latest version of iPXE
As well as check for firmware upgrade for the board.

Thank U!

MB firmware upgraded the latest.
iPXE is the latest versino.
Onboard Ethernet:

Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
PCIID 0x8168 0x10ec
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2019-09-18, 13:37
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RE: snponly.efi hang on on ipxe initialising devices...
10ec:8168, the rtl816x is buggy on so many levels, and not surprised it fails.

I think there is several posts about them, both on the forum and mailing list.
for testing purposes, give latest git master a try with ipxe.efi instead, and see if that works.
It might be that the firmware provided driver has issues, it might be a "bad chip" (as in with some bugs, with no handling in current iPXE)

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