I have a certain PC model that will hang at "Starting udev" of the linux PXE boot process.

Through some quick Googling it seems like this is a linux kernel issue with certain pieces of hardware, namely SATA drives and some Wireless NICs. The PCs in question do have SATA disks, but no wireless.

I've seen the solutions with the full Linux installs is to pass "acpi=off" to the kernel at boot, but I don't know how to do with with the PXE boot'd ZENWorks linux kernel.

Are there any options I can set or any guides to customizing (if required) the ZENWorks linux PXE Imaging environment.

I'm running ZfD7 on OES2 Linux. All other PCs image well with no problem.