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cadetstimpJanuary 9th, 2003, 06:15 AMLet me know if anyone needs different nics and I forgot to mention... Please send to [email protected] Thank you very much :cool: cadetstimpFebruary 25th, 2003, 12:00 PMYou can download it from http://members.cox.net/bdhuston/ ...editing my first post to include URL EndobioticChaosFebruary 25th, 2003, 12:36 PMHey Extra available modules: Linux-EXT2, Long File Name, FdAPM (suspends CPU), ... Thanks for the guidance all! http://planetweb20.com/creating-a/creating-a-exe-that-generates-a-jpg.html

cadetstimpMay 20th, 2002, 09:34 PMIt's on its way rilescat2! ..and welcome to Techimo! :) rilescat2May 21st, 2002, 10:54 AMExcellent, thank you!! If you could send that file that would be great. I have a prefetched diskette to provide to end-users for specific operations. I want to attach to a NetWare server but not login.

First boot your NwDsk on your PC. Choices for protocols (TCPIP or IPX or both), frame types, topology (ethernet, token-ring, fddi), TCPIP-settings, nic driver detection, packet-driver support, connect-information, and more can be made using menus and saved to The default setting is 'autonegotiate' but in combination with some switches this will negotiate to 100/HALF, where 100/FULL is the setting on the switch. Please send email to [email protected] cadetstimpJanuary 15th, 2002, 09:25 PMSorry for the delay guys...

Never heard of a CT version before...-nut Metzen Ars Scholae Palatinae Tribus: Calgary Registered: Aug 28, 2000Posts: 1040 Posted: Tue Jul 01, 2003 4:48 pm quote:Originally posted by UN1Xnut:What you need EndobioticChaosJanuary 9th, 2003, 06:01 PMYou're welcome! :) cadetstimpJanuary 9th, 2003, 07:55 PMThanks EndobioticChaos! Extra available modules: Linux-EXT2, Long File Name, FdAPM (suspends CPU), ... If so could I get a copy?

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EndobioticChaosFebruary 25th, 2003, 02:58 PMSure, if you like. :) rkadeguruMarch 6th, 2003, 03:19 AMajames, the link you posted is broken. Everything else is saved. As long as you have no more than one type of ISA or PCMCIA Nic besides your PCI Nics, you will be able to serve all your network machines with one The motherboard with the on-board NIC is a Micro-Star motherboard with a Intel Pro 1000 CT on-board NIC.I was able to find the drivers at Micro-Stars web site (I know these

When No HALTCRC.TXT or STOPCRC.TXT is found a default text will be shown. (It is recommended to start this procedure with an NwDsk diskette with joined Cabs: 'NwDsk.bat a: /! /#') http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=665628 Microsoft decided to give everyone a hard time who wants to install XP from non-Microsoft DOS. Happy trails! :D andresenjrJune 25th, 2002, 04:48 PMCadet, If you could be so kind as to sent that one to me, Thanks, Sgt A [email protected] cadetstimpJune 25th, 2002, 06:29 PMIt's on cadetstimpJune 5th, 2002, 12:33 PMIt's a DOS boot floppy that allows you to authenticate to a domain in order to access a network share and run corporate ghost from the network....or

List of ODI 32-bit Nic drivers (most or all of them already included with the NwDsk package in dir '.\Cabs\Odi32\'): (these drivers belong to 'A:\Lib\Odi32') File KB Description ISA Ver Updated check over here Currently 98 different network card drivers all included, all on the single 1.44MB disk! It's all based on Win3.11 stuff in case you want to research. For starters select all the Frame types by the Frame type dialog.

Contact your software vendor.Unsupported OSThe following operating systems are no longer supported: Windows* 2000 Windows* NT 3.51 and4 Windows* 95, 98, 98 SE, Me Windows for Workgroups* NetWare 6.x* (and later) Once you have a boot floppy, switching to a different type of nic can be done by changing the .dos file and then making the cooresponding "driver=" entry in I'm visiting Intel, clicking products up top, then I'm clicking Networking & Communications Design Components on the left side, then I'm clicking Download Software/Drivers link on the left side, then I'm his comment is here Second (and more meaningfull) is to add 'P_NICSKIP=DRIVER1 DRIVER2' to your profile or GLOBAL.SET (substitute driver-names seperated with a space for 'DRIVER1', 'DRIVER2', 'DRIVER3', ...).

Sixpac_XPDecember 13th, 2001, 09:27 PMI will follow your instructions tomorrow at work and let you know if it works ok... Also for server to server imaging (StorageManager from Portlock) an NwDsk boot diskette can be usefull. Open a command prompt in dir '.\NwDsk\' and run "make mynic".

Could anyone explain me how I could acheive the same.

thanks! Second, run what1632.cab on your floppy (included with NwDsk) to detect which driver(s) you may use. The .TXT file from Bart is dropped, the driver file .DOS is replaced with .COM or .LAN, the configuration file .INI is replaced with .CFG or .LDR (optional), and the Vendor/Device Nothing in the world you do to get the stack to load with the driver will happen unless you first resolve the "card not found" error.I've never had to use "lsl.com"

ISA 85 SysKonnect Gigabit SK98ND.DOS 1000 PCI No Longer Required? Anyone with a good idea to solve this? When you want checking MAC-address only add 'P_CHKPC=0' to your profile. (possible motivation: you are not using fixed IP-addresses on your network). weblink SMC 8432 or Digital 2104x/2114x (use 16-bit driver) n.a.

Take a close look at the system.ini - specify your domain and/or workgroup as well as the host name that you'll want to use while on the network. not a self-extracting disk, etc. . You can however use it as a means to be sure that the diskette is still uncompromised when it is returned to you. When PXE and WinPE (see NwDskPe) are not an option an NwDsk diskette can be used for connecting a PC to a NetWare server for performing image operations (Ghost from Symantec,

EndobioticChaosJanuary 9th, 2003, 09:05 PMHehe, no problem. Yes it is Intel Pro 1000.This are dell new integrated nic card.I also have the same problem. You will find four (6.x, 7.x, FreeDOS, OpenDOS) batch files in the same dir as NwDsk.bat to transfer and make bootable: MKDOS622.BAT, MKW98SE.BAT, MKFDOS.BAT, MKOPNDOS.BAT (example 'mkfdos.bat a: fdnwd'). Here's an example of the HDD adaptor http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-details.asp?sku=C184-17705&SRCCODE=PRICEGRABBER nikbenMay 1st, 2003, 10:49 AMThanks.

Starting with 2.30 this is not needed anymore since the modules are adjusted for use by NwDsk. Increase timeout before loading CLIENT32.NLM by adding P_CLNTTI=10 (or higher) to your profile or global.set. Originally posted by cadetstimp It's a DOS boot floppy that allows you to authenticate to a domain in order to access a network share and run corporate ghost from the network....or On the Frame type dialog select LSB or MSB.

http://www.geocities.com/conjh13/index.html Sammy33January 9th, 2003, 04:22 PMThanks for the help!