The solution I am looking at is to install windows 7 on a remote computer which does not have CD driver or USB drive, which means I have to install it over a network. So for this I have to boot Windows PE from network using a TFTP server and then install windows. For creation of that windows PE boot files, I followed the process in http://etherboot.org/wiki/winpe and created a boot folder. But the problem is I am unable to boot a new machine from that folder and I was getting that error message shown in my previous post in the thread. It would be great if you could help me with that.
Hello people, This is my first post in the forums. I am having some trouble installing Windows 7 over PXE boot. Here is what I did. I followed the procedure in this website http://etherboot.org/wiki/winpe and create a boot folder and put that in TFTP server. I configured my windows DHCP server by adding 066 and 067 to my TFTP Server IP and pxeboot.n12 But when I am booting up a client machine. I get this error in the below image. What am I doing wrong? Note: I cannot use a CD to boot Windows PE. I have to boot Windows PE over PXE boot from network. Note2: I cannot use Windows Deployment services also.. Sorry for this "I cannot use" list. I am trying to develop something out of it.