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Installing Win7 to an iSCSI target
2014-09-04, 05:12 (This post was last modified: 2014-09-04 05:21 by sebastian.)
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RE: Installing Win7 to an iSCSI target
I did have this same problem on my new motherboard. It turned out drivers are missing, so I solved it by slipstreaming the drivers.

To diagnose:
Try a ipconfig /all when inside shift+F10.
If this are completely empty, or only contain localhost or similiar corresponding entries, then drivers for your network card is missing at install time.
For it to work, you MUST see your actual network card inside ipconfig /all.

What I did have to do, is to unpack the Windows 7 DVD, and then slipstream the network drivers into the Windows 7 boot installation image.
You might need to use dism and/or imagex to accomplish this. Put the drivers in BOTH boot.wim and install.wim using the same method:
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