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I am trying to build a network boot disk so I can use powerquest. Does anyone have one out there. I am running the 3m 3c905tx card
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Use the Network Client Administrator from any NT Server's Admin Toolz. You will need the NIC drivers for whatever one you have. This will allow you to boot your machine up in DOS and connect to a network share to install an OS if necessary.
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