The Dos driver is apparently the same albeit different release date. I elected however to manually copy a few other Ghost utilities to that folder just in case I ever needed them. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Ghost newbie very interested in joining the current century and creating the bootable Ghost USB key. SYS file for a Multicard Ghost 8. Documented in my website.
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This will generate an error with an creahing, retry, ignore prompt because the boot device a CD is read-only. EXE to the first floppy that we previously created.
Email required Address never made public. April 24, at 8: This also means that the e SYS file that loads the correct network drivers we can finally create a Bootable CD to put all of these things together.
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Located on floppy 1 will be the network files appropriate for your network card and on the 2nd floppy will be the ghost executable file GHOST. Time to play with the HP dc to see if we can get it imaged and deployed for testing on Monday.
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Support for built-in network connections is provided by the system or board manufacturer. David Networm for the heads up on Ghost v7. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. ToolBox – June 6th, Print this article Add a comment!
I have double-checked, triple checked ghosf network boot disk and do not have a problem with the computers installed with the 3COM driver. The problem occurs when I attempt to add the oakcdrom. The task always fails. If I change the device memory settings in the config. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: EXE files that you need will be created on the first disk so you can cancel the Wizard when asked to insert the second floppy.
August 9, at Indy What error are you getting?
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I have finally posted the details for adding additional Network cards to the USB key. The only modification I make is to change the NIC driver, edit the config. If you elect to add more to the GHOST folder, it is highly likely that you will run out of space on the 2nd wiht disk. In 5 years of ghosting, I have never seen this; is senility setting in?