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Below is my original menupref.bat and logon.bat files that did not seem to work? [menupref.bat] @echo off REM *** The Menu Program reads/writes to this file. Will report back. 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. Code: # LMHOSTS File - UNIVERSAL TCP/IP NETWORK BOOTDISK for M$ Networks # # # *** INSTRUCTIONS *** # # Add your host information to the end of this text file. Source

noted that either the standard Ghost or Win98X autoexec.bat worked as is. Direct Support Forums Technical O/S Deployment [Ghost] USB Ghost BOOT with common NIC drivers Latest Threads + Post New Thread Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 dst=1 set's it to disk 1. Both methods appear to require loading an usbaspiX.sys file first in config.sys in most cases.

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I no longer have to change CDs every 5 minutes for a full hour... Thanks to all the info provided on your website, I can now boot in DOS with USB support. xcopy C:\winpe_x86\iso\*.* /e F:\ Where F: is the USB drive Safely remove the USB flash drive. I just basically have to build the structure I want and turn it into a bootable CD complete with all the drivers.

Has the most NIC support + you can use it with anything that boots MS DOS (Ghost / Acronis / Altiris / etc.) Send PM 7th October 2009,02:23 PM #9 When you boot the disk, it asks you for the name of the Ghost cast session. workgroup, administrator), then re-run the script and log onto our domain, it will load nic drivers and I can use the net use command etc to run ghost. Ghost Boot Wizard Download Getting Ghost to do the burn can sometimes be troublesome.

Used the floppy disk as a boot image and burnt the CD. Winpe Usb 3.0 Drivers In fact, I'd remove ANY USB device you dont need [eg cams, mice, printers, etc.] when using the above files to get DOS access to your Drives. Unsubscribe from roger rocket? And it works.

Download a whole website and view it offline using wget! Symantec Ghost Boot Wizard I have the same workstation environment as you do with all those Dells, but the question is do you have a prompt where you chose which machine you are currrently using?After REM *** Do not change the order of the commands in this batch file. (Or the Position of the equal signs!) *** rem NETCARD=EL3c574 Set WORKGROUP=MSHOME Set USERNAME=Administrator ::: PASSWORD=Egvmszhz<;<@ (note HisBoyElroy Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Dec 11, 2001Posts: 1026 Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 2:20 pm I'm watching this thread with much interest.

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I haven't had the time to continue working on this so far this week. I've been a frequent visitor of the site and lurking the forums since 1998. Ghost Standard Tools 3.0 Boot Disk Creator The complete config.sys and autoexec.bat replacement files are available for download below, and you might want to start first with just copying them to your OEM bootdisk along with the relevant Adding Drivers To Ghost Boot Disk Please leave feedback on the shoutbox.

To SAVE CHANGES made press ALT+X, # otherwise press ALT+Q to discard changes and return to the menu. http://enterprisesecurityblog.com/ghost-boot/ghost-boot-disk-sata-drivers.php I tried using a system boot floppy [made in 98 and also one in XP after reading the suggestion here] and it just makes that floppy disk bootable without the extra From obiwan I use your bootdisk site often and your resources have bailed me out on several occasions. Power up, PXE boot, load your PC Dos over the network, stream Ghost and off you go. Ghost Boot Disk Iso

WinPE v2 (BOOTMGR) 4. Of course, you have to have PXE booting NICs. Sorry I'm not to good with scripts (yet) Cheers Send PM SHARE: + Post New Thread Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Similar Threads [Ghost] Boot Ghost http://enterprisesecurityblog.com/ghost-boot/ghost-boot-disk-drivers.php I have Knoppix and other disks for other tasks.

Also Latitude D600 and 610. Ghost Bootable Usb Image Download That's what I use. The only difference is instead of just adding the Ghost directory, I also added the dirs for the various drivers which I would think, wouldn't matter. ??

Unmount the image to save the changes dism /unmount-wim /Mountdir:c:\winpe_x86\mount /commit Step 5:  Copy the image to the USB drive Copy the winpe.wim to the ISO directory as boot.wim copy

Utildayael Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Jul 30, 2002Posts: 7146 Posted: Tue Nov 15, 2005 10:54 am That makes sense. The Ghost boot disk now recognizes the external HD...but only from the USB port on the right side of the laptop (???) The Dell XPS I have has one port on Run through that wizard. Ghost Boot Disk Creator 3.0 Download Inside you see a folder called "files" inside of that there is a folder x86.

I was also going to suggest netbootdisk. So a menupref.bat that auto logs onto the domain, (I can edit this myself) and a logon.bat that maps to a share and runs ghost.exe (if it can auto join a Moccina 83,761 views 3:26 HOW TO MAKE GHOST WITH HIRENS BOOT CD - Duration: 6:21. Check This Out METHOD 1 - The DUSE System Example 1 Using DUSE [config.sys] device=a:\himem.sys devicehigh=a:\emm386.exe device=a:\usbaspi.sys dos=high,umb Note: You can find a usbspi.sys on the internet or use on of the five different

Oddly enough, if you have a USB floppy drive connected to your PC some of these cdrom/hard/zip drive drivers will fail to load or the above bootdisk will fail to work. Seems strange to me??? CRISTHIAN BONILLA 115,940 views 7:36 How To Make Bootable Usb For Norton Ghost By Syed Talha ZameerIn Urdu - Duration: 5:09. Sets up D: as CD-ROM in Autoexec.bat.

Step 2:  Create Windows PE image This step requires the Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK) for Windows 7.  Once the WAIK is installed, continue. AvoidErrors 121,172 views 3:11 How to Create a Norton Ghost Image of Your Hardrive - Duration: 5:30. Create a couple of boot disks and open them I guess with Winimage and I am trying to figure out how to convert them all I remember back in the day Instead of loading the DEVICE=aspiehci.sys /int /all from config.sys [ie the Iomega driver Ben B.

IronWall Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: May 13, 2000Posts: 1540 Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 12:59 pm Are you able to see the contents of the mapped drive in DOS? Downloaded dos usb drivers and it works great. The key driver files I've put together for you in the [USBdriver] collection include: ramfd.sys 22,012 bytes usbaspi1.sys 39,093 usbaspi2.sys 43,528 usbaspi3.sys 37,090 usbaspi4.sys 49,242 usbaspi5.sys 50,606 usbcd1.sys 5,509 usbcd2.sys 35,456