Phoenix AwardBios

Posted on 2005-03-10
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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
How do you get the network boot option to Work in BIOS for Phoenix Award Bios Version v6.00PG?
Question by:Rudyrbsr
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Expert Comment

ID: 13513628
This should point you in the right direction.


Author Comment

ID: 13518053
I figure it our myself,
using the boot agent
than going to intel dos drvier page for the speific nic
then making a bootable disk or cd
run this dos command
IBAUTIL -install
than reboot system.

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