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How can i boot my computer with no fixed disks installed from another computer on my network?
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You could use a bootdisk with tcp on the pc with no fixed disks (no operating system them).
Then it would effectively assign an IP address to the pc which you could use to connect to.
Here is a link to the network bootdisk ..
http://members.iinet.net.au/~bdriver/bootdisk/
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