1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 20, 2011 2:17 PM by anandadmin

    pxe-e38 Error

    timcwhite Enthusiast

      Hello all!,

      I'm trying to pxe boot a windows 7 32bit machine. I have done the following:

       

      • Turn on PXE boot in the bios
      • Set vm to pull down an IP address from our DHCP sever
      • Turned on TFTP

      When the vm boots, it finds the boot server but returns with an error "pxe-38"

       

      Any ideas on how to get a vm to pxe boot properly?

       

      Thanks

      Tim

        • 1. Re: pxe-e38 Error
          anandadmin Lurker

          1. Check whether your /tftpboot/pxelinux.0 is good. Otherwise just replace from other working server.

           

          2. Use the below command on the DHCP server.

           

          tcpdump -i eth0 host  192.168.1.100

           

          Note: eth0 or  the right ethernet of DHCP server on which the vm and dchp server are talking.

          IP address is the vm-ip address.