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Solutions for TPLINK NICs' Failing Reboot

2018/01/22 03:09

Sometimes, if the client's NIC type is TPLINK-8139 or TPLINK-8169, after rebooting the client, you may find that the NIC indicator light is off, what's worse, clients can't connect to the CCBoot server, and you have to disconnect the power and reboot the computer. If this happens, you can solve this problem according to the following methods.

Upgrade the NIC Driver

  • If the above problem happens in the TPLINK-8169 NIC, then you need to upgrade the NIC driver to version 5.719.
  • Update the client NIC drive version to version 0817 or higher.

PXE ROM

  • Upgrade the PXE ROM.

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