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Enable an internal SD card on a system that is configured to boot over iSCSI.
Microsoft has acknowledged this as an issue on systems configured to boot from iSCSI and with an internal SD card that is enabled in the BIOS.
You can either disable the internal SD card in the BIOS, or put a USB thumb drive into one of the available USB ports.
This may also occur when the internal SD card is disabled in the BIOS, and an USB thumb drive is inserted into one of the available USB ports.
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Article ID: 968410 - Last Review: February 26, 2009 - Revision: 1.0
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