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04/17/2019 253 views

OptiPlex 7060


I'm trying to create a UEFI script install on this hard drive (SSDR, 256, S3, 80S3, MICRON, 1100) using a single partition.


select volume 0
remove all noerr
select disk 0
clean
create partition primary
select partition 1
active
assign
exit

exit

For some reason it is not working, after installation the operating system is not recognized. I researched the forum I found some similar problems, but it did not work.


Any help ? 

Thank you

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Try this.....


Select disk  0
Clean
Convert gpt
Create partition efi size=200
Assign letter=s
Format quick fs=FAT32
Create partition msr size=128
Create partition primary
Assign letter=c
Format quick fs=NTFS
Exit

Answered 04/17/2019 by: akmagnum
Red Belt

  • I used this command before, created the partition, and then formatted.

    * Creat UEFI Partition -->

    Select disk 0
    Clean
    Convert gpt
    Create partition efi size=200
    Assign letter=s
    Format quick fs=FAT32
    Create partition msr size=128
    Create partition primary
    Assign letter=c
    Format quick fs=NTFS
    Exit


    * Format Partition C: as NTFS --->

    format /q /y /s:enable /fs:ntfs c:

    But still not work
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Please refer to this link and read the article....

https://www.itninja.com/blog/view/bios-uefi-combined-tasks


Look in the comments section ...... particularly the conversation between the users .....

bobtrapps  and Channeler


Should solve your problem.

Answered 04/17/2019 by: akmagnum
Red Belt

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A couple of things to check:

  • Check that the BIOS is setup for UEFI Boot and not Legacy Boot.
  • Check if the disk controller is set to the correct style in the BIOS (AHCI or RAID).
  • Your KBE may have the driver for the Storage Controller, but your driver feed that loads the driver during setup may not.




Answered 04/21/2019 by: JordanNolan
Seventh Degree Black Belt

  • Hi Jordan,
    Thank you for you comment,
    I've looked at KBE and I have the machine model driver installed, today you know a way I can figure out how I can see if the latest driver for the storage controller is installed?

    Thank you
    • You should see if you have the drivers downloaded to your Drive Feed in the K2000. I also like to confirm they are their by going to the folder on the K2000 share:

      \\k2000\drivers_postinstall\dell\windows_10_x64\7060

      You will see a Storage folder under your model. In there should be the drivers for each types of possible storage controller.

      If you have an updated driver you can add another folder to the list and extract the driver to the new folder. The driver cannot be in a Setup.exe. It has to be extracted so you can import the inf and sys files.

      I would also run the Driver Feed Discovery script in:

      \\k2000\drivers_postinstall\feed_tools\driver_feed_discovery_tool.vbs

      Because I have seen cases where K2000 did not download the files to the correct or expected path or the BIOS was reporting a slight variation in the model of the computer which threw off the driver import during setup.
      • Hi Jordan,

        I checked and the driver is up to date, I think some way the preinstallation is not mounting the disk correctly.
        I tried this command to mount partition, but still not work

        Select disk 0
        Clean
        Convert gpt
        Create partition efi size=200
        Assign letter=s
        Format quick fs=FAT32
        Create partition msr size=128
        Create partition primary
        Assign letter=c
        Format quick fs=NTFS
        Exit
  • Work Now Guys!!

    Just you know as the basis of knowledge, we have been able to solve the problem.
    We had to another way we started the PXE boot, previously we used the Legacy PXE to install on UEFI machines.
    Now we change in the DHCP server to accept boot UEFI mode,
    After starting UEFI, the system installed the boot sector correctly.
    Thanks