I took the laptop to a Lenovo service provider, and he also was unable to boot into his thumb drive. 0 Kudos Reply dreachem Punch Card Posts: 14 Registered: 11-28-2012 Location: After getting into BIOS, use the arrow keys to select the Boot menu, then select Boot Device Priority and press Enter. I do see arp-who-has from the iLO IP and I access the host from the same interface which runs the webserver so the physical connection seems to be fine.I can get Use the IIS Manager to access the Properties dialog box of your website.On the HTTP Headers tab, click MIME Types to add MIME types.HP recommends adding the following types:.img application/octet-stream.iso application/octet-streamAfter https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/b1e84544-2109-435c-a595-df6961523999/unable-to-boot-from-bootable-virtual-cd-or-iso?forum=w8itprovirt
Reply Subscribe IN THE COMMUNITY Think you've mastered IT? i tought i had already checked this, and the cause is that iDRAC has a blue text for the current tab, and black for the tab you are NOT in. I tried it both with it enabled and disabled, and it didn't work either way. 0 Kudos Reply ThorsHammer Bit Torrent Posts: 2,413 Registered: 04-08-2011 Location: USA Message 5 of 10 If this doesn't work then maybe try downloading a copy of the ISO again (even the trial version) just to rule that out. 0 Pimiento OP johnsmith153 Jul
Navigate to the Virtual Media→Virtual Media page.2. Had a look at the the following...https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/29574a12-7528-4f49-ae12-6fe1d85b3732/hyperv-vm-gen......tried all the suggestions to resolve the problem but nothing has fixed the issue. On all the other machines it does not boot.I really don't get it... This is a convenient way of installing software remotely if you don't have access to the host.
Show 11 replies 1. BTW, the Windows 8.1 virtualization forum can be found here - https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?forum=w8itprovirt This forumwas set upfor Server-based Hyper-V.. : | : . : | : . Reading up, this seems to be an issue with Generation 2 VM's in general? Finally, when I used WinISO v6.4 - ISO booted immediately with no problem.
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You have to click Configuration even though it's not marked as a link.
Can you further confirm that the ISO images you have are bootable, i.e.
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Some settings can be configured only when the virtual machine is powered off, and you must power off the virtual machine if you want to remove a CD-ROM or DVD drive.
I've been able to boot from this DVD on my other computer.Any way to diagnose whether my DVDROM is faulty, or is there perhaps some BIOS setting to fix this?
Note: This option is not available for ISO images. http://wisteme.com/unable-to/unable-to-boot.html Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Please help. Posted by bushmonkey on 22 May 2013 6:38 thanks for the follow up, that worked for me Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to
Select the CD-ROM drive, then press Enter to boot the virtual machine from the CD-ROM drive of the client on which you are running the VMware Virtual Machine Console. It does not matter whether the physical drive is IDE or SCSI. DELL.COM > Community > Support Forums > Servers > Systems Management Forum > iDrac6 - Unable to boot on Virtual iso file: Join Sign in iDrac6 - Unable to boot on this contact form Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Menu Categories Solutions IT Transformation Topics Big Data Cloud Security Infrastructure Strategy and Technology Products Cloud Integrated Systems Networking Servers and Operating
I have this question too 0 Kudos Reply dreachem Punch Card Posts: 14 Registered: 11-28-2012 Location: Spring, TX Message 2 of 10 (18,167 Views) Re: Request for Suggestions: Can't Boot from
The VMs cannot see the DVD drive. We do Gen 2 VMs all day long for testing purposes as well as Production and never have any issues on the initial install but sometimes when we load up the Re: Cannot boot/install VMs from ISO images julienvarela Jul 16, 2013 7:12 AM (in response to JayKulsh) JayKulsh a écrit: But it is working . The Virtual Media page supportsthe connection of 1.44 MB floppy images (.img) and CD/DVD-ROM images (.iso).
The iDRAC is loaded from another server using IE8 on the same subnet as the server I'm trying to boot (gigabit). Click Browse and locate the ISO image file you want to use in the virtual machine. From the Windows XP Mode window, click the Tools menu, and then click Settings. Tags: iLOISOmediavirtual View All (4) 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic 11 REPLIES Oscar A.
go to system > console/media, then click configuration and enable virtual media. If you are adding a new CD-ROM or DVD drive, click Add to install the device. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Users Online 111 Members / 6370 Guests English Community > ThinkPad Notebooks > ThinkPad: T400 / T500 and newer T series Laptops The laptop is brand new, just opened it up today, so I don't know why something as simple as this wouldn't just work.
You cannot configure or remove the drive while the virtual machine is suspended. HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY IT Medical software vendor says turn off server firewall TEST YOUR SMARTS Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off? I still could not boot from the disc.Next, I copied the ISO image to a USB stick and tried to boot from that instead. The contents of your ISO file are now accessible as a virtual CD/DVD ROM drive inside the virtual machine If the Virtual Machine is running: In Window view mode: In
Secure Boot can be enabled since an MS install DVD is acceptable to it. Checking this option reverts VMware Server to the prior emulation mode for CD-ROM drives. Re: Cannot boot/install VMs from ISO images JayKulsh Jul 16, 2013 7:02 AM (in response to julienvarela) The host machine does not have DVD drive.