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BSOD on windows 10 using iscsi and intel nuc
2018-04-10, 16:45
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BSOD on windows 10 using iscsi and intel nuc
Hi Everyone,

First I'd like to say that this forum has provided a wealth of information regarding iPXE, it's been a great resource for me and my team.

I'm currently upgrading an ISCSI setup from windows 7 to Windows 10 Enterprise, our setup uses iPXE to setup iscsi and chain into WDS to install the OS.

Everything works fine until it comes time to install the latest NIC drivers, our model NUC uses the I218-LM nic. Once the NIC drivers are installed the system reboots and BSOD's with an inaccessible boot device error.

I've tried every combination of drivers and settings prior to rebooting, even different versions of Windows 10, using cmd line I've traced the issue to the base driver, once the base driver is installed the system will no longer boot to windows.

ISCI Target-Service logs on the server (Windows Server 2016) during boot stay that the initiator successfully logged on than 5-7 seconds say that initiator successfully logged off.

I've posted this same question on the intel support forums as it really seems to be a specific driver issue, I've tried newer model NUCs with the same issue.

Has anyone encountered this problem? It really seems specific to Windows 10 and intel NUC and their drivers, our regular PC's have no issue booting via ISCSI once the intel drivers are installed.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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BSOD on windows 10 using iscsi and intel nuc - Foxcolt - 2018-04-10 16:45

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