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Are you loading ghost.exe from the network drive, or from somewhere else? not sure how to adapt that to multiple NICs. Send PM 7th October 2009,11:10 AM #6 CHR1S Join Date Feb 2006 Location Birmingham Posts 4,992 Thank Post 1,929 Thanked 573 Times in 357 Posts Rep Power 255 If your Furthermore I can cheat and get the drivers + settings using the Ghost Boot Wizard.

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Whats wrong with taking boths NDIS dos drivers and creating a Boot CD with themLet me see what I come up with Utildayael Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Jul 30, 2002Posts: 7146 Does anyone have a precompiled .bat file for the logon script and menu options that I can change the variables on? Thread Tools Search Thread Advanced Search 7th October 2009,04:19 AM #1 Cowardlyduck Join Date Sep 2009 Location Sydney Posts 26 Thank Post 7 Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post Rep Ghost Boot Wizard Download Also Latitude D600 and 610.

Are you loading ghost.exe from the network drive, or from somewhere else? Ghost Usb Boot Disk Download I started by following the instructions from a Ghost 8 bootable CD FAQ, and then customized them to eliminate the CD driver portion. dim: We have a big mix of machines out here including a ton of whitebox, a couple Dell Dimensions [ugh], HP Brios, HP DC5000, HP D220, and did I mention a I can't seem to find the .bat file where I should enter this.

Is this possible? Symantec Ghost Boot Wizard This disk may also be altered to become an image creation disk as well. Even single restoring? #3. We will be moving to PXE booting eventually, but need to set aside some time to figure this out and set up PC's first.

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I managed to manually get netbootdisk to log onto the domain, then net use to map to my share where the ghost.exe was located and ran it no probs. Would you mind posting the additional code that you use, along with exactly how you set it up. Ghost Bootable Iso I promise you i will start to read up on that when I am done with this laptop.The problem is not if I cannot fix that.. Ghost Boot Usb Just add all the nic drivers to the cd.Alternatively, there are many live rescue cds out there that have a norton ghost boot option, use MagicISO maker and you can add

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Utildayael Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Jul 30, 2002Posts: 7146 Posted: Tue Nov 15, 2005 10:54 am That makes sense. From the research I've done so far I think the problem is to do with the NIC drivers not being present. Enjoy Jason UPDATE: Here is a beta iso with SATA drivers. have a peek here However, this cd would give me the error 'Remove disks or other media, press any key to restart.' After this failure I moved the entirety of disk 1 to a temp

I managed to manually get netbootdisk to log onto the domain, then net use to map to my share where the ghost.exe was located and ran it no probs. Ghost Boot Disk Creator 3.0 Download Could've used something like this a few months ago, let me tell you. I have found that I can use the USB boot with Optiplex GX260, 270, and 280.

So what I've been managing to do is; Boot from the USB I set the menu time out to 1 sec so it quickly goes through local login to workgroup etc...

It's weird tho, like Ghost doesn't realize that NIC drivers were loaded. Second disk is just the 'Ghost' directory containing Ghost.exe. Use the default Login name + Password + Domain 2. Norton Ghost 11.5 Iso Time to read that tomorrow..WHy USB drive..

Oi. [no I had no say in the whitebox's on the floor, they were here before my time]Looking at the Ghost disks they have a network config file on them... My question now is; Is there a way to automate this process above? So what I'm looking for is a way to integrate most of today's common NIC drivers onto my USB Ghost boot disc. Check This Out Press F12 when it says to and off you go.

There's a plugin and everything. When I pick that off the menu it can't find the directory. Mmm, net boot sweetness. I've also used NetBootDisk with Ghost added and it works a treat.

Please boot the disk and allow the Menu Software to modify this file. Utildayael Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Jul 30, 2002Posts: 7146 Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 12:06 pm Boots off the network, maps drive, loads Ghost, woot!Problem is, Ghost doesn't seem to realize Ad Choices This should only be the Ghost folder with Ghost.exe.

I carry Smart Boot Manager floppies (and have an image of same on my tools CD) for old comps that resists CD booting. Thanks heaps. You can do fancy things like mount seperate ram drives for loading drivers and things but this has to be done before the drivers are loaded, obviously.