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    CC4 BUilding HP 4530s

    Hi all,

    We recently had CC4 installed on our system, to prepare us for the summer i have been installing drivers for our many Laptops/Computers, the majority of computers are building through PXE boot without issue except for these HP 4530s from what i can tell the following is happening:

    1. Computer connects to Network gets IP
    2. Drivers and Image are pulled of network
    3. computer starts installing
    4. computer restarts and continues the build process (at this stage the computer deos have an IP address)
    5. Installs Driver for "Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)" Now this is where it goes wrong

    what happens next is the computer fails exclaiming that it has not got a network connection, what appears to be happening is the "Bluetooth (Personal Area Network)" trys to connect to the network, which obviously fails. The Driver itself isnt available on the CC4 console so im not sure where its picking it up from. Short of removing all Drivers from the console i dont know how to get these machines to build through PXE, anyone here experienced this?

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    Bluetooth PAN is generally bundled with bluetooth client software. It could even be included in Windows. It is probably to do with the adapter binding order and a failing of the software that it tries to use the first adapter rather than a network adapter with an active IP connection.

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    That was my thoughts, however these 47 computers need built, I realise I could use the CC4 Commissioning software however would prefer the PXE boot, if i cant get the PXE Boot to work i may just return to FOG. Any ideas on solving the issue?

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    Disable bluetooth in the bios before building them and turn it back on after if you need it.

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