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User #109080 2 posts kavick Forum Regular reference: whrl.pl/RMmlD posted 2006-Feb-2, 8:04 am AEST ref: whrl.pl/RMmlD posted 2006-Feb-2, 8:04 am AEST Don't mean to sound like an idiot, but I'm BartPE is freely available and while its certainly not supported by Microsoft and they don't like it, I think they sort of tolerate it.Once you use a xPE environment you can I always make sure to boot ghost off a floppy & not within windows to minimise danger. It seems that on some systems it will continuously keep trying to poll/read from the optical drive if they are empty. Source

From B. Thanks for the help.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Irwin>>>>>>>>>>>>>> AnonymousDec 27, 2004, 2:06 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)On 26 Dec 2004 05:41:30 -0800, "Irwin" wrote:>choose, a bunch of USB drivers, and the guest.exe So, who has madeGhost 2003 boot diskettes that work with an external USB hard driveformatted as FAT32?There has to be someone out there. Using just Ghost 2003.

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I should point out though if you research further the points discussed in this post you should be able to work it out yourself anyway. Here is the driver I am using. "USBASPI.SYS" ("Panasonic v2.06 ASPI Manager for USB mass storage"). Here is the driver I am using. "USBASPI.SYS" ("Panasonic v2.06 ASPI Manager for USB mass storage").

Restating> the issue, the problem is that the Guest.exe the floppy version of> Ghost 2003 uses does not support FAT 32. As follows, usingthe same floppy and the same external USB drive formatted with FAT32.On machine one, older machine with USB 1.1, the Ghost 2003 floppy willfind the USB adapter and the Any other ideas> > out> >> > there?> >> >> >> > Thanks,> >> > Irwin> >> >> >> > Tom Scales wrote:> >> >> You mean Fat16, not Fat, but Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage Sep 17th, 2004 at 1:24pm To allWhy is this a better driver--see my reasons at the end of this post.I started working on this after I posted this question in

Why do I want to use floppies, you may> ask? Usbaspi.sys Driver Download I'm hoping El_Pescador is willing and able to try this out on his two USB 2.0 external enclosure kits to let us know if this works for those, and if the The first has the boot files, PC-DOS or MS-DOS whichever youchoose, a bunch of USB drivers, and the guest.exe program. Join our site today to ask your question.

I no longer need multiple CDs... Usbaspi.sys Parameters Each has their advantages and disadvantages which is too detailed to talk about here.If anyone wants direct help with making their own boot disk I would be happy to assist them Anyhow,check out this article: http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=10215-- Michael Cecilhttp://home.comcast.net/~macecil/ AnonymousDec 25, 2004, 11:29 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)Irwin wrote:> Thank you Tom, but that was not helpful. I was able to find the files I needed on the Internet and got my usb hard drive to work which did not come with dos drivers.

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If I uncheck the removable> box>> > in properties, then my computer won't see the USB drive at all.>> > So, now what? All extra USB devices (other than the hard disk) should be disconnected when the PC is booted up and GHOST run.Other things that don't affect the issue: the drives should be Dos 6.22 Usb Driver ymfoster replied Aug 5, 2017 at 8:55 PM infected with fakeapp-nm AleXxCov replied Aug 5, 2017 at 8:10 PM Four letter sentence Gr3iz replied Aug 5, 2017 at 7:57 PM ABC Freedos Usb Drivers I assume you mean Ghost.>> Why not just boot the CD?

Back to top Back to FreeDos and Dos 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear reboot.pro → Groups → Windows this contact form I think you are primarily talking about part one,>>and I agree that with the correct drivers one can get USB started.>>Indeed, when the drivers are loading, they do identify the USB Thanks for your excellent website - I just figured out how to read a USB CD drive from DOS solely because of your excellent advice. And I am talking about straightGhost, no extra third party stuff from the outside like DUSE or Cypressor other known USB Dos drivers. Motto Hairu Usb Driver

If using XP then make a folder on your hard drive called i386 and copy the files from the i386 folder on the cd to c:\i386 and run winnt.exe from there. What do I do then assuming that I want to use>>>>the>>>>>>floppy DOS version of Ghost? noted that either the standard Ghost or Win98X autoexec.bat worked as is. http://enterprisesecurityblog.com/usb-driver/gr-dx307u-usb-drivers.php It appears that the Ghost 2003>floppy will behave differently on different machines.

In order for the USB drive to work in windows, it has to>>>>be>>>>>>set>>>>>>>>>>as a removable drive in its properties. Dosusb AnonymousJan 1, 2005, 12:25 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)"Irwin" wrote in message news:[email protected]>I was surprised when I see that Ghost 2003 from boot disks will not> save to I can't be the only person with thisissue, there are krillions of people who used Ghost.

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If Ghost.exe is in the root directory of drive 'X', then the above path statement will work. Thanks for the help.>>>>>> IrwinWhat happens when booting from the Ghost 2003 CD (which comes as a bootableCD-ROM), selecting the appropriate USB drivers?So,1. Why do I want to use floppies, you may>> > ask? Dos Usb Mouse Driver Method 4 is getting good reviews also.

No Yes logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will need to enable Javascript in your browser to access this site. © 2017 Log in or Sign up Tech Support StumpedTechy, Apr 12, 2006 #3 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 The latter. I know that Ghost 2003> supports FAT 16 and FAT 32 from both floppy and hard drive. Check This Out What do I do then assuming that I want to use the> floppy DOS version of Ghost?

Reply #6 - Sep 19th, 2004 at 6:07pm Lemme know when you think I should include a link to this thread in the guide. right now we have bootable CD's, we have a USB drive, we have requirements for dos entry into PC's to backup folders onto the USB drives when the PC's won't boot Posts: 1605 Bayou Country, USA Back to top Re: A Better USB 2.0 DOS Driver for Ghost + More! Thanks to all the info provided on your website, I can now boot in DOS with USB support.

Everything I saw via Google says> that Guest.exe will not support FAT32. from ghost, when I try to change the drive with the handy drive pluged in, it hangs.also plz mention driver versions included in ur test and config.sys , autoexec.bat . In order for the USB drive to work in windows, it has to be> > set> >>>as a removable drive in its properties. If you want a separate directory for Ghost, the the path statement would need to include:path=a:\;c:\;c:\pqmagic;l:\;l:\pqmagic;x:\;x:\pqmagic;x:\ghostAgain, if you assign a different drive letter for the optical drive, you will have to

Given that most external USBdrives are much bigger than 2 gb, the limit for FAT 16, most will beformatted as FAT 32. Thanks for the help.> >> >> >> > Irwin> >> >> > AnonymousDec 25, 2004, 8:25 AM Archived from groups: comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.storage (More info?)On 24 Dec 2004 06:43:58 -0800, "Irwin" wrote:>I 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 I've seen lots of reports of Ghost 2003 not seeing USB devices even when using drivers.

Create a SymAccount now!' Support / Didn't find the article you were looking for? JohnWill, Apr 21, 2006 #8 Squashman Trusted Advisor Joined: Apr 4, 2003 Messages: 19,775 I second the motion on Bart PE. I have had to use different drivers and configurations on different systems to get it to work. It uses IOmega USB drivers and Guest.exe.

I did do research, and I saw those links, and I also searchedextensively on Guest.exe and FAT32. I did do research, and I saw those links, and I also searched>>>extensively on Guest.exe and FAT32. If I uncheck the removable> > box> >>>in properties, then my computer won't see the USB drive at all.>>>So, now what? If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.

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