[ipxe-devel] Windows having problems parsing iBFT from recent iPXE versions?

Steve Cross hairlesshobo at stevecross.org
Thu Oct 30 18:05:18 UTC 2014

Just checked and mine says 587kb free after PXE unload, but then again I am
running a much older copy of iPXE, so not sure if that is relevant.

*Steve Cross*
hairlesshobo at stevecross.org

On Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 2:00 PM, Floris Bos <bos at je-eigen-domein.nl> wrote:

> On 10/30/2014 06:50 PM, Steve Cross wrote:
>> Alright, i'm all caught up on the email chin. A few differences between
>> our setup:
>> -- I am running an older series Intel NUC / BOXDCCP847DYE
>> -- I am running Windows 7 on my NUCs but would be willing to try 2012 if
>> I can get my hands on a copy.
>> -- I think the biggest difference between our setups is the fact that I
>> am running a copy of iPXE from a few years ago (chainloading undionly.kpxe
>> dated 07/01/2013).
>> If I can find the time tonight after work, I will try upgrading that to
>> the latest version of iPXE and see if it breaks my setup or not. I will let
>> you know what I find.
> Actually, last month's testing was with CentOS, instead of Windows.
> Does your iPXE outputs "463kB free base memory after PXE unload" on boot
> like I have with my newer NUC?
> Or is it a much higher number?
> If the last, your BIOS does not have the same problem as mine.
> Yours sincerely,
> Floris Bos
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