[ipxe-devel] Windows 7 booting from an iSCSI disk

ruben at cmg.jovenclub.cu ruben at cmg.jovenclub.cu
Mon Sep 28 17:54:59 UTC 2015

Greetings friends keep trying to boot from iSCSI using windows 7 for my 
experiments I used this guide 
[http://ipxe.org/howto/winpe#setting_up_windows_pe] which is very good 
and simple. My question is in the second stage installation of Windows 
7, when the system will boot directly from iSCSI disk on the network, I 
understand that the operating system must connect to the iSCSI target 
using the iSCSI initiator, it should have included drivers network card 
for this procedure successfully. I attached a screenshot of the boot 
using virtualbox to see where the boot process stops. Friends do not 
have it clear that I do in this second stage, please if anyone knows the 
method can help me, thank you very much friends of the forum who have 
responded, thank you very much in advance.

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