yukpxe.txt Driver File Contents (a8n-sli_nforce4_sli_marvell_lan_w2k_xp.zip)

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yukpxe.txt created 02-Oct-2003

Readme File for yukpxe.rom v1.11
PXE ROM Yukon

This file contains
 1  Overview
 2  Installation
    2.1  Installation of binary
    2.2  Removal of binary
 3  Boot servers
    3.1  PXELINUX
    3.2  WINDOWS 2000/XP Remote Installation Services (RIS)
 4  PXE Client Status/Error Codes
    4.1  Init/Boot/Loader Codes
    4.2  BIOS Codes
    4.3  Base-Code/UNDI Loader Codes


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1  Overview
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YUKPXE is the PXE support software for the Marvell Yukon Gigabit Ethernet 
Adapter. 
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2  Installation
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2.1  Installation of binary
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yukpxe.rom must be flashed to the network adapter using the YUKONDG 
utility. 

To flash the binary to the network adapter, proceed as follows:
1.  Start YUKONDG.
2.  Select 'FLASH PROM ...' > 'Load FLASH PROM from file".
3.  Type the path and filename of the binary (yukpxe.rom).
4.  Press <ENTER>.
5.  After the process is finished, exit the utility.
    PXE support is now installed on the network adapter.

2.2  Removal of binary
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To disable all actions of yukpxe.rom, the network adapter FLASH PROM must 
be cleared using the YUKONDG utility. 

To clear the Flash PROM, proceed as follwows:
1.  Start YUKONDG.
2.  Select 'FLASH PROM ...' > 'Clear FLASH PROM'.
3.  After the process is finished, exit the utility.
    PXE support is now removed from the network adapter.
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3  Boot servers
===============


3.1  PXELINUX
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If you use LINUX as bootserver, you must include the Marvell Yukon 
Gigabit Ethernet Adapter driver in the kernel of the downloadable image. 
For details, please refer to the PXELINUX manual. 

3.2  WINDOWS 2000/XP Remote Installation Services (RIS)
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NOTE: WINDOWS 2000 Advanced Server can provide images of WINDOWS 2000
      Professional and Windows XP Professional to clients.
      For details on how to install and configure the WINDOWS 2000 Remote
      Installation Services please refer to the WINDOWS 2000 Advanced
      Server online help.

When you create an image of the WINDOWS installation CD (2000 or XP), it 
does not contain a driver for the Marvell Yukon Gigabit Ethernet Adapter. 
The WINDOWS setup utility that is transferred to the client, expects a 
driver for the network adapter in the installation image. It stops the 
installation and displays an error message if it can not find any 
suitable driver. 

To create an installation image that contains the Marvell Yukon Gigabit 
Ethernet Adapter driver, proceed as follows: 
1.  Create a new image from the WINDOWS installation CD (2000 or XP).
    (For details, refer to the WINDOWS 2000 Advanced Server online help.)
2.  Copy the file YUKONW2K.INF (2000) or YUKONWXP.INF (XP) from the network
    adapter driver CD to the directory i386 of the image directory on the
    server.
3.  Copy the file YUKONW2K.SYS (2000) or YUKONWXP.SYS (XP) from the network
    adapter driver CD to the directory i386 of the image directory on the
    server.

WINDOWS setup can now use the correct driver from the image. It copies
installation files to the client, then unloads the network adapter driver
and reboots the PC.
Be prepared to supply the Marvell Yukon Gigabit Ethernet Adapter driver 
CD to install and configure the network adapter when WINDOWS setup asks 
for it. 
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4  PXE Client Status/Error Codes
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4.1  Init/Boot/Loader Codes
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Error:       PXE-E01
Description: PCI Vendor and Device IDs do not match!
Reason:      The Vendor/Device IDs in the PXE binaries that are flashed to
             ROM do not match those of the network adapter. One possible
             reason is that the binaries are flashed to the wrong network
             adapter.
Solution:    Check if installed on a compatible adapter. See chapter
             'Overview' for the compatible adapter family.


Error:       PXE-E04
Description: Error reading PCI configuration space.
Reason:      This message is displayed if any of the PCI BIOS calls made
             to read the PCI configuration space return an error code.
             This error must not occur with a final released BIOS and
             hardware operating correctly.
Solution:    Get the latest release version of your BIOS from your BIOS
             manufacturer.


Error:       PXE-E06
Description: Option ROM requires DDIM support.
Reason:      This error must not occur with a final released BIOS.
Solution:    Get the latest release version of your BIOS from your BIOS
             manufacturer.


Error:       PXE-E07
Description: PCI BIOS calls not supported.
Reason:      This error must not occur with a final released BIOS.
Solution:    Make sure the PCI BIOS has PCI BIOS services.
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4.2  BIOS Codes
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Error:       PXE-E20
Description: BIOS extended memory copy error. AH == nn
Reason:      This message is displayed if the BIOS extended memory copy
             service returns an error.
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4.3  Base-Code/UNDI Loader Codes
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NOTE: The base-code ROM is part of yukpxe.rom. 

Error:       PXE-E61
Description: Media test failed, check cable.
Reason:      The cable is not plugged in, or not connected.
Solution:    Check the cable.

Error:       PXE-EC1
Description: Base-code ROM ID structure was not found.
Reason:      UNDI boot module did not find the base-code ROM ID structure.
             If there is a base-code ROM image in the system, it may have
             been corrupted.
Solution:    Repeat the installation procedure as described above.


Error:       PXE-EC3
Description: Base-code ROM ID structure is invalid.
Reason:      The base-code ROM ID structure is invalid. The base-code ROM
             image may have been corrupted.
Solution:    Repeat the installation procedure as described above.


Error:       PXE-EC6
Description: UNDI driver image is invalid.
Reason:      The UNDI ROM image may have been corrupted.
Solution:    Repeat the installation procedure as described above.


Error:       PXE-EC8
Description: !PXE structure was not found in UNDI driver code segment.
Reason:      The UNDI ROM image may have been corrupted, or has not been
             initialized by the BIOS.
             Possible reasons for this error:
             - A network adapter image was programmed into a BIOS, not
               into the network adapter.
             - The memory allocated by the POST Memory Manager ($PMM)
               during PXE option ROM initialization has been corrupted or
               erased before PXE option ROM boot.
             - The UNDI_Loader structure was not initialized correctly
               during option ROM initialization.
Solution:    Repeat the installation procedure as described above.


Error:       PXE-EC9
Description: PXENV+ structure was not found in UNDI driver code segment.
Reason:      The UNDI ROM image may have been corrupted, or has not been
             initialized by the BIOS.
             Possible reasons for this error:
             - A network adapter image was programmed into a BIOS, not to
               the network adapter.
             - The memory allocated by the POST Memory Manager ($PMM)
               during PXE option ROM initialization has been corrupted or
               erased before PXE option ROM boot.
             - The UNDI_Loader structure was not initialized correctly
               during option ROM initialization.
Solution:    Repeat the installation procedure as described above.

***End of Readme file***
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