Some Already Known Situations Which May Lead to BSOD
For more information, please refer to "Blue Screen" in CCBoot v3.0 Wiki.
a) Wrong version of the NIC driver.
Please use CCBoot integrated NIC drivers to have a try.
"Windows Start"-> "All Programs"-> "CCBootClient"-> "CCBootPnP"to run CCBootPnP tool, then click "Install Known NIC", you will get a NIC driver list. Select the appropriate driver for your NIC, click "OK" to install. If you are not sure about your NIC type, please select all.
b) Some antivirus software may cause BSoD, please remove to have a try.
c) The client cache is too large, please reduce it (e.g. 128M) to have a try. Please refer to this article for more details about client cache settings.
d) The client has not been installed correctly. Please make sure you have clicked "Install CCBoot Client" and completed installation, then reboot client before uploading the image.