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Ghost bootdisk for 3COM cards

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Hi guys,

I am attempting to create a Ghost Boot Disk for some 3COM cards.
I am currently using Ghost 8.0
I wish to create a bootdisk for a either a 3CCFE575BT or a 3CCFE575CT CardBus card.

Whenever I attempt to boot, the driver loads correctly and I insert the second bootdisk.
Ghost attempts to load, but will crash out.
I have tried this with 4 different cards, all of which works in Windows. Do you have any idea what may be going wrong and how I fix it?

Alternatively, I have access to a 3CCFEM556B card, but this reports a 'Divide Overflow Error' when attempting to load either the driver or EMENABLE.

Do you know what is causing this?

BTW, I am using this on a Toshiba Tecra 8100 Laptop, but have had this issue with others.

Thanks.
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InteraX,

Are you using a driver that came with ghost or one you made.  If its not one you made then:  Try this.  Goto this webiste: http://www.3com.com/products/en_US/result.jsp?selected=5&sort=effdt&order=desc&sku=3CCFE575BT and download the first link.  You then want to creat a ghost boot disk and use the NDIS2 drivers from the extracted file.  That should fix it.  I hope this helps.
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