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    Have you tried injecting the correct drivers (chipset, nic, storage) into the boot wim using dism.exe?

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    I realise this is a long time after the last posts.... but it may help others later......

    I have had this problem on a Stone laptop as well, but after some trial and error changes to the BIOS (Phoenix SecureCore) I found that under Advanced --- there is an option for Installed O/S, here I chose Vista / Win 7, but made sure I then changed the SATA Mode Selection to AHCI from IDE.

    I have now progressed to a Windows setup screen, wich is a heck of a lot further than I have got before. (TIP: If installing a XP image remember to switch SATA Mode Selection to back to IDE from AHCI or you will get a BSOD.
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    How to Modify the BCD Store Using Bcdedit

    Scroll down to find the commands for configuring TFTP window and block size, I've found modifying these to certain values helped me get around issues PXE booting various SIS based boards and some other random ones. Also....and this is going to sound crazy, but i have one particular brand of PC here that can't be imaged unless i completely disable audio in the bios, no word of a lie, i went through every bios setting enabling and disabling until it worked, and on every one of that model disabling the audio worked. Computers eh?

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    I just turned up here to post this.

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    I had this problem on some Samsung laptops. The problem was dodgy PXE boot firmware and a BIOS update from Samsung fixed it.

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    I know this is a very old thread but I just wanted to thank mrbios. After spending many frustrating hours working on this issue I finally tried disabling the audio in the bios and unbelieveably this did the trick.

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