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Diskless boot with UEFI BIOS

1) First of all, you need to enable UEFI. To do so:

            a) Open Boot tab and then select  CSM (Compatibility Support Module) (Figure 1).

CSM

Figure 1

            b) Once CMS is selected, enable for all devices UEFI (Figure 2).

enable-uefi

Figure 2

2. Then enable booting from Network. To enable booting from the network, open the "Advanced" tab, then "Onboard Devices Configuration" and enable PXE OPROM (Figure 3).

PXE-OPROM

Figure 3

3. Once enabling booting from the network, go back to " Advanced" tab and open "Network Stack Configuration", then enable Network Stack and IPv4 PXE Support (Figure 4).

IPV4-pxe-support

Figure 4

4. Now press F10 for save changes. If everything is right, after reboot you will see it (Figure 5).

For MSI Motherboards:

  1. Open BIOS then go to “Settings>Advanced>Integrated Peripherals”
  2. Set parameter “LAN Option ROM” to “Enabled”
  3. Set parameter “Network Stack” to “Enabled”
  4. Set parameter “Ipv4 PXE Support” to “Enabled”
  5. Next go to “Settings>Advanced>Windows OS Configuration
  6. Set parameter “Windows 10 WHQL Support” to “UEFI”
  7. Next go to :Settings>Boot”
  8. Set parameter “Boot mode Select” to “Legacy + UEFI” or “UEFI”
  9. Set parameter “Boot Option #1” to “UEFI Network”
  10.  Now press F10 for save changes.

save-changes

Figure 5

Note: UEFI BIOS is different from one board to another. So, having all boards screenshot is not possible. However, the general settings that need to be done in the UEFI is mentioned above.

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