dell optiplex 3050 avec windows 10 UEFI



  • bonjour,
    Les derniers optiplex 3050 de dell ne supportent plus windows 7 (processeur 7gen) alors nous avons installé windows 10 UEFI. Le poste avait déjà été enregistré dans FOG pour le test windows 7.
    Maintenant avec windows 10, nous avons envoyé un upload de l’image qui a fonctionné mais après la tache, le poste reste bloque sur la page de boot pxe et redémarre en permanence
    Faut-il modifier des paramètres dans FOG pour l’UEFI
    Merci de votre aide



  • @jmg74 said in dell optiplex 3050 avec windows 10 UEFI:

    @verdierr : have you tried different options in your host config in Fog website, about “Host Bios/EFI Exit Type” ?
    [FR : As-tu tenté différentes options, pour ton hôte (via le site web de FOG), concernant “Host Bios/EFI Exit Type” ?]

    we tried every possible combination but none worked.

    for option 60, we have legacy computers and to try the uefi, we saw on the web that you have to activate option 60?



  • Hi @davido38 with a lovely view over Grenoble ;-)
    I have a similar issue: not rebooting in my case, but booting Windows only if Fog menu is skipped, see
    https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/12114/boot-issue-pxe-ok-but-not-windows-7-after-that
    [FR: j’ai un souci similaire, voir lien, sans reboot, mais refus de lancer Windows sauf si on a zappé le menu Fog]

    You proposed to have a look at /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/refind.conf
    If it could help, I’ve tried to comment the “scanfor” line, to add options (as proposed for a Mac), without any success…
    [FR: J’ai testé en commentant, puis avec différentes options, sans succès, pour “scanfor”]

    @verdierr : have you tried different options in your host config in Fog website, about “Host Bios/EFI Exit Type” ?
    [FR : As-tu tenté différentes options, pour ton hôte (via le site web de FOG), concernant “Host Bios/EFI Exit Type” ?]


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    @verdierr said in dell optiplex 3050 avec windows 10 UEFI:

    we have set options 60,66 and 67

    DHCP option 60 should not be configured unless you have a proxy dhcp server configured. If dhcp option 60 is set, you may see a warning message on the pxe booting computer about no response on port 4011.



  • Je pense qu’il faut jeter un oeil dans le fichier refind.conf ici /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/refind.conf

    sur un 3040 j’avais un problème similaire et en ajouant un # devant scanfor ca demarre normalement.



  • 353/5000
    Hello,
    We tested with another computer DELL, not registered in fog, and we have the same problem at startup pxe.
    Could the problem come from DHCP settings
    We have a windows dhcp server and we have set options 60,66 and 67 but could you give me these parameters to check that we have put the right


  • Moderator

    @verdierr So the image does work and it does have an entry in the UEFI then?

    If that’s the case, it likely means the “EFI Exit Type” will have to be changed for that host/globally. You will have to try some different options, see which works for you.



  • Thank you for this quick response
    my english is really very poor so i’m going to use google’s machine translation and i apologize for possible translation errors
    We started by installing windows 7 in LEGACY BIOS mode and saved the image on FOG but as microsoft blocks the update and can not install some drivers (graphic for example), we decided to switch to windows 10 in UEFI mode
    So we reinstalled windows 10 pro with the DELLRESTORE tools and downloaded the image on the FOG server but when the computer is restarted, it displays the boot page:

    checking media presence
    media present
    start pxe over ipv4

    If we start it directly on the SSD, no problem
    If we leave network first, restart loop


  • Moderator

    Please use English to ensure everyone here can understand you and help you. I can read a little bit of French, though.

    As far as I understand you have captured a Windows 10 UEFI image, but upon deployment you get to FOG menu and I’m guessing boot to hard drive just reboots the PC?

    Given that this is a Dell machine, it is highly likely that the Boot Option is empty in the UEFI. You will have to point it to the boot file.


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