Ok, here is my dilemma. I am trying to make a Ghost Boot Disk with a file that I downloaded from Intel called ProDOS.exe. It is a NDIS Driver that is supposed to cover a very wide variety of drivers. I try to make a 3.5" floppy but it tells me that the file is too big. I have tried copying the files from the 3.5" and editing the .ini and autoexec.bat files and then burned them onto a cd, but I don't have something right. If I copy it directly it asks me to put in a floppy, so I changed all of the .ini, .sys, and .bat files from a: to c:- That didn't work, so I take it that I don't have something right in the .ini, .bat, or .sys files. Anyone know how to edit them for what I want. Should the drive letter be D?
C:\NET\NET.EXE USE G: \\ghost\clients
LASTDRIVE = Z