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uefi boot CD could not configure Physical

HI All
I have a testing Machine which install Win2012R2, then try to
testing "fail-back", but I use x2p_uefi CD to configure physical
machine. it fail at [Discovering under-control target] step.
I download the Diagnostic file, it fail on "1.1 Collect Machine
If I need use analizer to decide this hareware support or use other
official tool for troubleshooting ?

My testing hardware list below
CPU:Celeron G1840
MB Chipset H81
NIC:realtek RTL8111GR



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