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Matrixnz,
follow up on this
 http://www.experts-exchange.com/Storage/Backup_Restore/Norton_Ghost/Q_22961944.html

now Im having trouble creating a driver b44 for optiplex 320
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matrixnzCommented:
Download R149798 from http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&ServiceTag=&SystemID=PLX_PNT_320&os=WW1&osl=en&catid=&impid=

Copy ..\DOS\NDIS2\B44.dos to ..\NET\ Directory
Open Protocol.ini
Append the following to the end

[B44]
DriverName = B44$

Follow my instructions in the last post to get the Dev ID using "pciscan -v"

Append the following to your netcard.map file

ret="b44"
ven=14e4 "BroadCom"
dev=XXXX "Dell Optiplex 320 Broadcom NIC"

(where XXXX = Dev ID)

That's it, it should work

Cheers
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
i ve tried that and did not work
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matrixnzCommented:
What doesn't work?
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
i get error coud not load driver
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matrixnzCommented:
Can you post your protocol.ini and your netcard.map files
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
; This is a map file for PCISCAN
;
; ret="Value to return"
; ven=<vendorID> ["Description"]
; dev=<deviceID> ["Description"]
;
; Keywords ret, ven and dev must be lowercase !!!
;
; To discover Ven and dev of known cards run PCISCAN -v (verbose mode) from command prompt
;
ret="b57"
ven=14e4 "BroadCom"
dev=16a6 "BCM5702X Gigabit Ethernet"
dev=16a7 "BroadCom NetXtreme"
dev=165d "BroadCom Ethernet"
dev=1677 "Dell Latitude D610 BroadCom NIC"
dev=167A "Dell Optiplex 745 BroadCom NIC"
dev=1600 "Dell Latitude D620 BroadCom NIC"


ret="e100b"
ven=8086 "Intel"
dev=2449 "82557 based PCI Ethernet Adaptor(10/100)"
dev=1031 "82557 based PCI Ethernet Adaptor(10/100)"
dev=103b "82557 based PCI Ethernet Adaptor(10/100)"
dev=1229 "82557 based PCI Ethernet Adaptor(10/100)"

ret="e1000"
ven=8086 "Intel"
dev=100e "82544 PRO/1000 MT Gigabit Ethernet Controller"
dev=10C0 "Vostro 200 Intel 10/100 Network"
dev=10BD "Optipl 755 Intel 10/100 Network"


ret="EL90X"
ven=10B7 "3COM"
dev=9200 "3COM 3C920 Ethernet Controller"

ret="RTSND"
ven=10EC "RealTek"
dev=8139 "RealTek 8139 Ethernet Card"

ret="B44"
ven=14E4 "BroadCom"
dev=170c "Dell Optiplex last 320 "
=================================
[PROTMAN]
drivername = PROTMAN$

[PKTDRV]
drivername = PKTDRV$
intvec = 0x60
chainvec =0x66

[E100b]
DriverName = "E100B$"

[E1000]
DriverName = "E1000$"

[B57]
DriverName = "B57$"

[El90x] = "El90x$"

[RTSND]
DriverName = RTSND$

[B44]
DriverName = "B44$"
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matrixnzCommented:
Everything looks ok there

Can you verify the B44.dos file is:

- In the NET Directory
- Named B44.dos (Note the UpperCase B this can sometimes cause issues)
- 55kb in Size
- Dated 16/12/2005

If all the above is true can you download R127295 it's an earlier version of the driver the files will be exactly the same, however in the past I have noted that some Dell Drivers can be corrupted, for e.g. when I tried to use the B57 Drivers from Dell Latitude D620 they wouldn't work, using the B57 Drivers from the Dell Optiplex 745 worked on both the Optiplex and the Latitude.

Could you also type out the exact message that comes up in Dos. i.e. is cannot load .dos or ?

Cheers
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
from where did you obtain th b44.dos drivers? and yes the one I have is 55kb 16-12-2005
error; could not find the driver
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
could not find any device the driver failed to load
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
is this driver for optiplex320?
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
the one I have is  R149798 optiplex 320
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matrixnzCommented:
Can you also do a pciscan again using the following line
pciscan -v>OutPut.txt

and then post OutPut.txt information here.

Cheers
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matrixnzCommented:
If you expand Network from your link above
Click Broadcom Driver
Click Other Versions
Click Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller, v.v4.47, A16
You'll get R127295
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
i type in pciscan -v>OutPut.txt and it gives me abort?fail?retry
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matrixnzCommented:
Sorry you're using CD aren't you?  Can you use USB Drive or a Floppy drive or alternatively just type out the output after pciscan -v
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
when I use the usb drive, I can not boot ino the mode to select shift=f5 command propmt to run the pciscan command, when I boot from the usb stick I get three option:boot to ghost, boot to hard drive restore or boot to dos
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matrixnzCommented:
When you press F12 to boot from a device then select the USB Device press F8 straight afterwards, then select Shift F8 then select normal it will go through the process
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
ok fixed the issue for dell 320. now I want to ghost fujitsu tablet st series st5112 and I can t find the dos driver for the internet  
ven 11AB
dev 4363

Marvell yukon 88e8055 PCI-E gig
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
Bus Dev Func Vend Dev. Class Name           Subclass Name      
-----------------------------------------------------------
  0   0    0 8086 27A0 Bridge               CPU/PCI            
  0   2    0 8086 27A2 Display              VGA                
  0   2    1 8086 27A6 Display              Other              
  0  1B    0 8086 27D8 Multimedia           ???                
  0  1C    0 8086 27D0 Bridge               PCI/PCI            
  0  1C    1 8086 27D2 Bridge               PCI/PCI            
  0  1C    2 8086 27D4 Bridge               PCI/PCI            
  0  1D    0 8086 27C8 Serial Bus           USB                
  0  1D    1 8086 27C9 Serial Bus           USB                
  0  1E    0 8086 2448 Bridge               PCI/PCI            
  0  1F    0 8086 27B9 Bridge               PCI/ISA            
  0  1F    1 8086 27DF Disk                 IDE                
  2   0    0 11AB 4363 Network              Ethernet            
  5   0    0 8086 4222 Network              Other              
  8   3    0 1217 7134 Bridge               PCI/CardBus        
  8   3    1 1217 7134 Bridge               PCI/CardBus        
  8   3    2 1217 7120 System Peripheral    ???                
17 PCI devices found
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
found  marvell [11AB]
device could not load c:\net:yuknd
press any key to exit...
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matrixnzCommented:
Was the issue with the 320 corrupt driver?

You'll need to to a search for yuknd.dos you may have an old version that won't work with your card.
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
320 I had to look for the newest driver
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
Matrixnz,
I Tried To Image Dell Optiplex 320, The Driver Was Correclty Loaded and When I Click on Accept I did not see transfer Progress then suddenly I got an error, don't remmeber what It says and then when I reboot the optiplex 320 I recived " Disk error has occured Press Ctrl+Alt+Del " and could not do anything since, seems hard drive crashed !  
 

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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
do you have any idea what cause crashing hard drive.
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matrixnzCommented:
Hi curioustoknow2007

No, however it seems you have a faulty hdd, recommend calling Dell and asking to replace the drive, I sincerely doubt it has anything to do with Ghost or anything you've done.

Cheers
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
this happened me several times when trying to ghost dell 320's, I did get brand new ones and when I ghost them , the transfer hang at 25% and when reboot I get disk read erro occured, I don't know if this has to do with the hard drive or with the image? But  the weired thing is that image .gho sometimes work sometimes hang.
 
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matrixnzCommented:
If you only write half or quarter of the disk you should receive an error that basically says that there is no system disk, but shouldn't be a problem with the actual hdd, however the message "Disk error has occured Press Ctrl+Alt+Del" usually implies a faulty hdd.

Cheers
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curioustoknow2007Author Commented:
oh I see because this doesn t happend all the time with the 320.
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