CDROM Imager?

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  • #5805
    voopy
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    I’ve tried four different USB keys and so far, not one of them boot. I’ve followed all of the advise I can find on this site but cannot get the V90L devices to boot from USB sticks.
    I’ve also looked for days trying to find some way of creating a boot CDROM which I could plug into the USB port of the devices but that doesn’t seem to exist.
    Could someone let me know if there is a way of booting from CDROM in order to update the devices with the newest service packs.

    Thanks.

    #18077
    ConfGen
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    STOP!!!
    Never use the original MS Service Packs to update a Wyse XPe client. Always use the Wyse images which included the needed or wanted SP.

    How did you prepare your USB stick to be bootable? Have you attached it, then booted the client and pressed “p” to get a boot menu?

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    #18079
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    Thanks for the reply. I’ve not succeeded yet so I guess I’m ok :).

    I used the Wyse USB Imaging Creator software, a couple of the versions in fact.

    For the image, I really just wanted to update my V90L units to the latest SP which supposedly has RDP6.0 which would give better TCX support, such as proper dual monitor.

    As I recall, when the USB tool asked me which update I wanted to use, I pointed it to 9X92_S648_1024.i2d.

    As for the P option, found that in the forums but my device doesn’t seem to have that option, doesn’t lead to any other boot menu. I just used the BIOS one.

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    Which BIOS version do you have installed?

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    #18082
    voopy
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    The info screen tells me it’s Version 3.04, build 0527.512.

    Can’t seem to find it on boot up or in BIOS?

    #18083
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    Disable the WYSE BIOSsplash screen in the BIOS.

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    #18084
    voopy
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    Model: vt6048
    BIOS: 1.04

    #18085
    voopy
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    @ConfGen wrote:

    STOP!!!
    Never use the original MS Service Packs to update a Wyse XPe client. Always use the Wyse images which included the needed or wanted SP.
    CG

    So, the fact that I was/am trying to use a wyse SP upgrade is good then. I thought at first that you might mean I should not even use theirs.

    I’ve stopped, waiting for input and will read the forums in the meantime.

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    Guess I’ll never get a reply so moving on 🙂

    #18171
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    Sorry, Wyse images with/without SP are fine, of course.

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    #18188
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    Ok, it sounded like you might have meant something else, like having to be careful about updating using even wyse images but I understand. Yes, I was using wyse images but no, I’ve yet to find a way :).

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