08-24-2006 06:02 PM - last edited on 05-05-2013 07:27 PM by maikoro
I really don't know how this happened but I have a nx6320 that we image using RIS. We use the GUID to set the name during install. It has been imaged a few times already during testing, but now when I enter F12 and it tries to obtain an IP address the GUID is all zeros.
How could this have happened and how can I set the GUID back to what it was?
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01-26-2007 07:38 AM
I have excactly the same problem here in the RSA on the Nc6400 range of notebooks.The client wants to load the image via the network.You press F12 and it shows you the Mac address and the GUID as all zero's and 1 or 2 at the end of the 24 digits.Do you have any ideas on this one.
01-29-2007 08:36 AM
I fixed by calling HP. They sent out a tech who had to get some special software. We weren't allowed to use it. This software allowed them to re-enter the GUID. All was well then.
Sorry I can't offer you a solution that you can fix yourself.