Re-Image 9459XE Problem with WSI

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  • #1688
    Avatargtec
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    I´ve got some 9450XE without any OS on the devices.

    Configuration:
    – 256MB Flash
    – 256MB RAM
    – Part#: 902048-30

    I downloaded, installed and configured WSI 1.3.6, DHCP Turbo and WinXP SP3 with IIS, FTP as described at wyse.com.

    I also downloaded the XPe-Images and added these into WSI.

    Everything works fine: The Client gets an IP, starts PXE, download the rapport, upload the configuration, but then I get always (with any of the 256MB Images) the message

    Incompatible Firmware.

    Has Anybody an Idea, what´s the Problem?

    1. Here some Images:

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    2. Here The WSI LOGs:

    Link to the *.LOG File

    Link to the *.END File

    Thank You.

    #14833
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Try to edit the push.i2c file in the toolssa9450 folder.
    Change =YES, to =NO,
    and try again.

    CG

    #14837
    Avatargtec
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    Thank You for your answer.

    I´ve made the changes, but the result is the same.

    The only difference is the empty “Log Message Box”. But also the Message incompatible Firmware.

    I tried all of the 3 OS Images.

    Here the new Log Files:

    New *.LOG File
    New *.END File

    With Kind regards gtec

    #14838
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Change this line:

    =YES, to =NO,

    Restore the other one. Sorry.

    CG

    #14841
    Avatargtec
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    Also “incompatible Firmware” Message 🙁

    Evaluating: ‘sym/NO’ to ‘sym/YES’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/YES’ to ‘sym/YES’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/NO’ to ‘sym/YES’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/YES’ to ‘sym/NO’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/NO’ to ‘sym/YES’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/NO’ to ‘sym/YES’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/UNKNOWN’ to ‘sym/UNKNOWN’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/YES’ to ‘sym/YES’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/CLIENT_AND_ARCHIVE_TYPE_CHECK’ to ‘sym/NOTFOUND’
    Evaluating: ‘sym/YES’ to ‘sym/YES’

    Log Files:

    3rd *.LOG File
    3rd *.END File

    gtec

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