Why need AOMEI PXE Boot ?

To answer this question, you should know what is PXE boot and how to use it. Google the item “PXE”, the first link is its definition on Wiki. Full name of PXE is Preboot Execution Environment. It was introduced as part of the Wired for Management framework by Intel and is described in the specification published by Intel and SystemSoft. PXE is a computer technology standard client-server interface that allows networked computers that are not yet loaded with an operating system to be configured but booted remotely by a master.

If you are an administrator who manage multiple computers in a lab or a company, those machines are connected the same LAN. With the help of PXE boot, it is easy to maintain or install system on them. Because have PXE, you don’t need to insert CD or USB one by one. Network will help you all the things.

When your computer can’t start normally or it can’t boot through loading image file on local hard drive. You can use PXE to boot into PE environment and fix the problem. AOMEI PXE Boot tool is a freeware, easy to use and complete PXE task.

About AOMEI PXE Boot tool

I have mentioned AOMEI PXE Boot tool is a freeware above, which is one of its advantages. AOMEI PXE Boot Tool also supports bootable micro-system created by you. Therefore, if you have a powerful Linux bootable ISO or Windows PE customized bootable ISO, you can easily maintain the computers within LAN through network with your micro-system. That is to say, its compatibility is strong.

Visit AOMEI PXE Boot tool’s official site, you can find the download button on the top. Note that “A free tool attached with AOMEI Backupper”. Yes, AOMEI PXE Boot tool is divided from AOMEI Backupper. AOMEI Backupper is a famous full-scale Windows backup software developed by AOMEI Technology.

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How to use AOMEI PXE Boot tool ?

Download, install and run. The main interface as following picture:

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Choose “Boot from custom image file”, and click “Browse” to load an image file.

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When it is OK, click the yellow “Start Service” button to go.

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Click “OK” to start.

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Initializing network process.

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Waiting for connect.

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Boot two computers and start successfully.

Conclusion

The latest version of AOMEI PXE Boot tool is 1.5. You can use it to do PXE boot Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8/8.1, and even the newest Windows 10. PXE Boot Tool is not only an independent tool, but also a kind of utility in AOMEI Backupper. If you want to PXE boot Windows Server, we suggest you try AOMEI Backupper Server or higher editions.

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