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Sharepoint 2007 Tutorial for beginners

Nice blog featuring Sharepoint 2007 Tutorial for beginners :

Sharepoint 2007 Tutorial for beginners | SharePoint Programming

how to identify motherboard chipset- what is my chipset

Here are few tips on  how to identify motherboard chipset  or to know what is my chipset:

Device manager:
Follow these steps to identify your chipset using the Microsoft Windows  Device Manager:
  1. Open Device Manager using the steps listed for your operating system.

    Windows Vista*: click Start » click Control Panel » click System and Maintenance » click Device Manager

    Windows XP*: click Start » click Control Panel » double-click the Systemicon » click the Hardware tab » click Device Manager 
  2. Click the sign to expand the System devices entry.
  3. Look for the chipset name in a string similar to the following: "Intel® 955X Memory Controller Hub - 2774". In this example, the chipset is an Intel® 955X Express Chipset.

Product documentation:

Check the system or motherboard documentation for information about your chipset.

Chipset markings:
If you are not able to identify motherboard chipset using the other methods, a qualified professional might be able to help. The chipset markings on the motherboard can usually be used to identify the Intel chipset components in your computer.

Intel® Chipset Identification Utility:
This utility gives a general idea of your chipset and directs you to the appropriate support content. Download the Intel Chipset Identification Utility : 

PXE: Failed to read PXE settings. The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)

Issue :You try to PXE boot a computer to deploy operating system through SCCM  but it throw the error :

PXE-T01: File not found
PEX-E3B: TFTP Error – File not found


Upon investigating  you find that smspxe.log shows this error:

“Failed to read PXE settings.
The system cannot find the file specified. (Error: 80070002; Source: Windows)”

This error comes when boot images and related files are not ready on SCCM server  or Windows Deployment Service is not running on PXE service point role.

1. Take ownership of this folder and delete all content : C:\Windows\Temp\PXEBootFiles

2. If that doesn’t help delete the boot images and re-create them

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