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Does anybody know the difference between and NDSI driver and a Universal Driver using Ghost TCP peer-to-peer?

Posted on 2006-06-05
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Does anybody know the difference between an NDSI driver and a Universal Driver using Ghost TCP peer-to-peer?
Question by:cliffordgormley
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The NDIS driver is a card specific driver (.sys) for use with a manfacturers card (3Com,Intel,etc).

The universal driver saves you the hassle looking for a packet driver specfic for that card.

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Hey MRandyman,  Here is another post from you.  How come you are such a self-righteous a$$$hole?  

Is it possible for you to SPELL CHECK your question before submitting it to the world or are you too lazy?  Thanks, Andy

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