I installed XenServer 7.0 on my new Lenovo server.
After the installation was done, i was not able to boot on the new installation of XenServer.
Ulrik Christensen found this solution:
- Boot on the Xenserver installation media
- When you get to the install screen. Type menu.c32 as on the first picture.
- A new screen comes up. Press tab.
- You can now see the string that the menu generate in order to start the installation. Just before the last ’—’, type disable-gpt as the picture below and press enter.
Run through the installation as you always do. After the installation is done XenServer will now boot up.source