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Joe_Miner

Dasthagir had asked me a question about an error he's seeing in his EX490 that I'm not sure about and thought could use input from more experienced Forum Members:

 

 

i lost my System drive in EX490 i put new harddirve try to install i have folowing error please Can you guide Me
ERROR
Rcvd DHCP Discover Msg for IP 0.0.0.0, Mac 00:0A:E4:8A:27:8B [08/02 14:11:22.568]
DHCP: proposed address 169.37.37.37 [08/02 14:11:22.700]
8112 Request 2 not processed [08/02 14:11:22.833]
Rcvd DHCP Rqst Msg for IP 0.0.0.0, Mac 00:0A:E4:8A:27:8B [08/02 14:11:26.797]
Previously allocated address 169.37.37.37 acked [08/02 14:11:26.836]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 2070 [08/02 14:11:26.906]
8112 Request 2 not processed [08/02 14:11:26.953]
Read request for file /pxeboot.n12>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:26.957]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:26.984]
Using local port 58527 [08/02 14:11:27.045]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 2071 [08/02 14:11:27.142]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:11:27.142]
Read request for file /pxeboot.n12>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:27.218]
Using local port 58528 [08/02 14:11:27.369]
: sent 49 blks, 25068 bytes in 0 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:11:27.793]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 2072 [08/02 14:11:28.003]
Read request for file . Mode octet [08/02 14:11:28.058]
Using local port 58529 [08/02 14:11:28.130]
: sent 817 blks, 417896 bytes in 5 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:11:33.707]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7733 [08/02 14:11:34.058]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:34.119]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:34.186]
Using local port 58530 [08/02 14:11:34.263]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:11:34.392]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7734 [08/02 14:11:34.392]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:34.552]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:34.641]
Using local port 58531 [08/02 14:11:34.729]
: sent 93 blks, 47452 bytes in 0 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:11:34.931]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7735 [08/02 14:11:34.931]
Read request for file <\boot.ini>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:35.007]
File : error 2 in system call CreateFile The system cannot find the file specified. [08/02 14:11:35.176]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7736 [08/02 14:11:50.752]
Read request for file <\Boot\BCD>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:50.816]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:51.033]
Using local port 64101 [08/02 14:11:51.241]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:11:51.461]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7737 [08/02 14:11:51.461]
Read request for file <\Boot\BCD>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:51.632]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:51.709]
Using local port 64102 [08/02 14:11:51.788]
: sent 25 blks, 12288 bytes in 1 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:11:52.179]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7738 [08/02 14:11:52.179]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:52.243]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:52.310]
Using local port 64103 [08/02 14:11:52.371]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:11:52.504]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7739 [08/02 14:11:52.504]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:52.672]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:52.743]
Using local port 64104 [08/02 14:11:52.816]
: sent 93 blks, 47452 bytes in 0 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:11:52.988]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7740 [08/02 14:11:53.003]
Read request for file <\hiberfil.sys>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:53.165]
File : error 2 in system call CreateFile The system cannot find the file specified. [08/02 14:11:53.222]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7741 [08/02 14:11:53.282]
Read request for file <\Boot\BOOT.WIM>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:53.308]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:53.356]
Using local port 52783 [08/02 14:11:53.387]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:11:53.470]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7742 [08/02 14:11:53.470]
Read request for file <\boot\boot.sdi>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:53.565]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:53.599]
Using local port 52784 [08/02 14:11:53.698]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:11:53.804]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7743 [08/02 14:11:53.804]
Read request for file <\boot\boot.sdi>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:53.877]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:53.938]
Using local port 52785 [08/02 14:11:54.016]
: sent 6193 blks, 3170304 bytes in 3 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:11:56.364]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7744 [08/02 14:11:56.453]
Read request for file <\Boot\BOOT.WIM>. Mode octet [08/02 14:11:56.519]
OACK: [08/02 14:11:56.575]
Using local port 52786 [08/02 14:11:56.649]
: sent 240076 blks, 122918747 bytes in 115 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:13:51.575]
Rcvd DHCP Discover Msg for IP 0.0.0.0, Mac 00:0A:E4:8A:27:8B [08/02 14:14:15.472]
DHCP: proposed address 169.37.37.37 [08/02 14:14:15.577]
8112 Request 2 not processed [08/02 14:14:15.672]
Rcvd DHCP Rqst Msg for IP 0.0.0.0, Mac 00:0A:E4:8A:27:8B [08/02 14:14:17.726]
Previously allocated address 169.37.37.37 acked [08/02 14:14:17.875]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 2070 [08/02 14:14:17.927]
Read request for file /pxeboot.n12>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:17.965]
8112 Request 2 not processed [08/02 14:14:17.974]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:18.011]
Using local port 55076 [08/02 14:14:18.051]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:14:18.150]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 2071 [08/02 14:14:18.150]
Read request for file /pxeboot.n12>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:18.196]
Using local port 55077 [08/02 14:14:18.244]
: sent 49 blks, 25068 bytes in 0 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:14:18.623]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 2072 [08/02 14:14:18.824]
Read request for file . Mode octet [08/02 14:14:18.911]
Using local port 55078 [08/02 14:14:18.951]
: sent 817 blks, 417896 bytes in 5 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:14:23.949]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7903 [08/02 14:14:24.329]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:24.396]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:24.443]
Using local port 55079 [08/02 14:14:24.484]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7904 [08/02 14:14:24.585]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:14:24.585]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:24.630]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:24.678]
Using local port 55080 [08/02 14:14:24.718]
: sent 93 blks, 47452 bytes in 0 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:14:24.867]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7905 [08/02 14:14:24.867]
Read request for file <\boot.ini>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:24.963]
File : error 2 in system call CreateFile The system cannot find the file specified. [08/02 14:14:25.012]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7906 [08/02 14:14:40.527]
Read request for file <\Boot\BCD>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:40.592]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:40.632]
Using local port 55082 [08/02 14:14:40.675]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:14:40.769]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7907 [08/02 14:14:40.769]
Read request for file <\Boot\BCD>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:40.810]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:40.854]
Using local port 55083 [08/02 14:14:40.898]
: sent 25 blks, 12288 bytes in 1 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:14:41.029]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7908 [08/02 14:14:41.029]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:41.077]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:41.121]
Using local port 55084 [08/02 14:14:41.165]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:14:41.281]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7909 [08/02 14:14:41.281]
Read request for file <\Boot\Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:41.376]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:41.410]
Using local port 55085 [08/02 14:14:41.442]
: sent 93 blks, 47452 bytes in 0 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:14:41.572]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7910 [08/02 14:14:41.580]
Read request for file <\hiberfil.sys>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:41.665]
File : error 2 in system call CreateFile The system cannot find the file specified. [08/02 14:14:41.699]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7911 [08/02 14:14:41.733]
Read request for file <\Boot\BOOT.WIM>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:41.883]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:41.968]
Using local port 55087 [08/02 14:14:42.032]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:14:42.115]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7912 [08/02 14:14:42.115]
Read request for file <\boot\boot.sdi>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:42.210]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:42.248]
Using local port 55088 [08/02 14:14:42.287]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7913 [08/02 14:14:42.376]
Peer returns ERROR -> aborting transfer [08/02 14:14:42.376]
Read request for file <\boot\boot.sdi>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:42.421]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:42.459]
Using local port 55089 [08/02 14:14:42.498]
: sent 6193 blks, 3170304 bytes in 3 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:14:45.101]
Connection received from 169.37.37.37 on port 7914 [08/02 14:14:45.178]
Read request for file <\Boot\BOOT.WIM>. Mode octet [08/02 14:14:45.421]
OACK: [08/02 14:14:45.460]
Using local port 55090 [08/02 14:14:45.499]
: sent 240076 blks, 122918747 bytes in 113 s. 0 blk resent [08/02 14:16:38.796]

 

 

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jmwills

Some routers can be particular about an over the network install to a system like a Media Smart.  When I first got my 470, the only way I could make it connect to the client was to connect both to a dedicated switch OFF the main LAN.  So I would try to isolate both and make sure you have known good working cabling.

 

Just thinking however, you might need a second router instead of a switch since you can't get into the OS to supply an IP so the router may make more sense.  A router not connected to anything else but those two machines.  The server and a client.

 

The same 470 will now install from a VM Client, so go figure.

 

 

EDIT:  Where is this log coming from?  The 169.x.x.x is indicitive of a client not being able to find a DHCP Server.

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ikon

Agreed, all those 169.x.x.x IPs are a dead giveaway that the computer could not negotiate an IP from a DHCP server. The 169.x.x.x range is what MS defaults to when there's no DHCP server.

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jmwills

That's what I think too.  I would find a spare router and put the server and one client on it.   But FIRST, I'd try a new cable and see if you get a link light.

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demomanca

The only way I've been successful in restoring my EX490 is by having the EX490 directly connected to the PC with the restore CD in it, and no other network connections up.

 

Is it possible the restore CD is faulty/scratched

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Drashna Jaelre

The only way I've been successful in restoring my EX490 is by having the EX490 directly connected to the PC with the restore CD in it, and no other network connections up.

 

Is it possible the restore CD is faulty/scratched

This is actually by design. Unfortunately.

 

The EX470 serious restore featured a small (256MB) USB flash "drive" embedded on the motherboard. Push the button and it boots from this flash drive.

 

In the later generations, HP opted to be f***ing stupid.

The restore works by booting a PXE server (tftpd specifically), it is also a DHCP server, which means that you MUST be disconnected from the router (you can't have two DHCP servers without having issues) and the server MUST be connected to the PC you're running the restore on.

The server then boots from PXE, and that loads the recovery image. 

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You might try putting both the server and client on a dedicated switch, which is not connected to the router.  In other news, I've restored my EX470 about 6 times this year just playing with it, other than taking 2 hours to fully update.  Smooth as silk, even using a VM to do it.

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ikon

This is actually by design. Unfortunately.

 

The EX470 serious restore featured a small (256MB) USB flash "drive" embedded on the motherboard. Push the button and it boots from this flash drive.

 

In the later generations, HP opted to be f***ing stupid.

The restore works by booting a PXE server (tftpd specifically), it is also a DHCP server, which means that you MUST be disconnected from the router (you can't have two DHCP servers without having issues) and the server MUST be connected to the PC you're running the restore on.

The server then boots from PXE, and that loads the recovery image. 

 

Or connect your devices to the router, but ensure its DHCP is disabled before booting up the MicroServer and restore PC.

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Drashna Jaelre

That would work too.....

Either way, too much work for something that should be simple...

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ikon

Yeah, I only mentioned it in case there are a) issues relocating the computers or 2) cable length issues.

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