You need to make an new install from the dell disks that shipped with the 7010 the motherboard/devices are different enough that the original install doesn't work with it.

I had different models grab different boot devices based on mac address filtering.

Good luck,


On Apr 24, 2013, at 3:01 PM, Brandon Aho wrote:

We have been using the unattended process and itís been working great.  My question is now we have had to changed hardware models to the dell 7010 and now the following is happening when pxe booting. Our Dell 790ís work great but the new ones not so much.


Unable to determine boot device at usr/bin/find-boot-device line 212
*** find-boot-device failed
*** dropping to shell


Any help would be great.


Brandon Aho
Retail Systems Manager
952-808-6685 Desk
952-992-0502 Cell


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