Ghost boot disk!!!

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Hiya all, I have a problem making a boot disk for an intel pro/100 S adapter. I'm making it for Ghost Corparate 7.5 so i can pull an image with no kids in so i can deploy it quickly when they are back. Sort version - It will not pick up the network card. I get protocl.ini does not have a drivername = E100b message which i fix, and then i get a IBM error 33/41, unable to bind. I am about ready to launch the PC soon so i have left it and come here to see if anyone knows how to make the boot disk for this. Ta, Carl.
ASKED: August 4, 2005  8:30 AM
UPDATED: September 2, 2005  7:58 AM

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Try this link:

http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ghost.nsf/pfdocs/2000041310250625

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  • Howard2nd
    Also be sure you have the latest drivers from Intel. They have a direct download. Intel specifies the ProDOS2 (version 10.0) set for use with 'Ghost' to create boot disk.
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  • MikeyT
    Make sure driver is NDIS cab file (so it will work with boot disk). Bart's Boot Disk is a good place to start (http://www.nu2.nu/bootdisk). I have successfully created boot disk from this site to auto detect up to 12 different nics.
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  • Sussextony
    What nic des ghost think you have when it detects your client machine and gives you the diagnostics? sometimes it will offer an alternative driver itself. I had some problems with some compaq nics which ghost was able to suggest an alternative which worked just fine.
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  • Cptrelentless
    Have you thought about using the 3com boot services disk and performing a PXE boot instead? I'm fairly sure they had this option in 7.5. I think it's described in the second novel of instructions.
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