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  1. Brucej32

    Stumped

    UPDATE: Aaand it turns out it was the stupid flash drive I was using that was causing all the grief. Thanks for all the help!!
  2. Brucej32

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    Just tried booting the USB stick I had on another machine, same issue. I'll attempt building the USB on that other machine and try another USB when I find one later today. Thanks for all the help so far!
  3. Brucej32

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    This is what happens when I run diagnostics
  4. Brucej32

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    Here's the results of the df command
  5. Brucej32

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    So far, no changes. I'm wondering if the USB stick is to blame? It's an old generic brand stick
  6. Brucej32

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    I'll give it it a shot. I do have it plugged into the USB 3.0 ports on the front of the case.
  7. Brucej32

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    So theoretically, I could boot up the unraid tower (which is the exact same tower as the Win 10 tower), go to my router config page on another device, and see if the unraid tower is connected at all and what IP it's getting? Should I try static IP addresses again? UPDATE: unraid side of the tower does not show up in my router, but my windows side of it does with the IP at .9 I also noticed that unraid is looking for a bonding device and fails
  8. Brucej32

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    Tried again, nothing. Same problem
  9. Brucej32

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    What i mean is that the IP address changes every time and it shows up a different 169.254.xx.xx number every boot. I have tried going through the webui version but I can't access the internet with it or the unraid web console. The only differences between January 2018's version and this one is a new motherboard, and I upgraded my router to a nighthawk r7000. I"ll see what I can find regarding the DHCP. The image shows what I've changed. I switched from Auto Config to USE DHCP Server. I'll reboot and see what happens.
  10. Brucej32

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    Greetings, I've used Unraid in the past but for the life of me I can't seem to get it started up. I'm running a ryzen 7 1700 on an ASUS x370-f at bios 4207 (for gpu passthrough). This machine is currently running as a Windows 10 tower and it works perfectly that way, but I cannot seem to get unraid to run on it. I CAN'T EVEN GET ACCESS TO MY DIAGNOSTIC LOG FILES I've been able to make a USB drive with unraid on it, boot into the console, but that's it. I can't seem to get a connection to my router as my ipv4 address is bogus, and ipv6 cannot be established. I've tried deleting the network.cfg file, editing it to make a static IP, and even fresh installing various versions of Unraid, but nothing works. Any help would be awesome, starting with how to find my diagnostic dump file (which I cp'd to the /boot folder of the usb stick to no avail.) If i find it, I"ll post it.. The attached image is the root of my usb drive post console boot Thanks
  11. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR THIS THREAD. I'm about to convert my ryzen 7 1700, Asus strix x370-f build over to an unraid setup, and I have the option of running an asus strix 1070 (for a W10 passthrough) and a gt710 for unraid. Has anyone tried any other bios(es?) other than 4207 (i.e. 5009) for passthrough, and do they work?