Need help iin using Norton Ghost 2003, urgent?

When I try to create a disk image in Norton Ghost 2003, I get following error:
NET5733: The protocol manager has reported an incomplete binding
What should be the network configuration to create & deploy drive images using the mapped network drive method in Norton Ghost 2003?
hfy765Asked:
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DamionasCommented:
Have you tried spliting the image into smaller files? Main problem of moving or restoring an image from a non local drive is the image size. I would recommend spliting it up into CD size, 700MB.
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ArtellosCommented:
I'm not sure if its the same problem, but you could check out the following EE question.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_20971374.html

Regards,
Olrik
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mohsynCommented:
this is a NDIS2 issue
update your ndis2 driver
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hfy765Author Commented:
Thanks mohsyn, i will try this and report back
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hfy765Author Commented:
Thanks for your responses Damionas and Artillos, but I have already tried all this.
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DamionasCommented:
I think Artellos may of nailed it. I am using Norton Ghost 2007 (v12) these days, which is a littble bit differnt then 2003. Nice thing about 2007, is its Vista pre-load with all he drivers needed and setup to connect to a network correctly.
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DamionasCommented:
What kind of drive are you trying to map too?  Its not a USB drive is it? I commonly find that these drives are un mapable because the do not have a physical resource.
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