Trying to load ghost client with a boot CD(pcdos) created with ghost boot wizard, system is erroring out with unable to load OS.

I have created a bootable pcdos ghost version 11.5 CD and am trying to boot up a system using an external USB dvd/cd drive.  I need to boot the system using the ghost cd so that the ghost.exe will load and run and then i can connect to my ghost server and pull down an image.  However I am getting an error.  HD  System type (0f)  Error loading OS
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SysExpertCommented:
combine the follwoing two things to create a universal GHOST network Boot CD.

The Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk is a DOS
http://www.netbootdisk.com/


Universal Ghost boot CD

http://www.webs05.com/2007/10/16/how-to-create-a-ghost-boot-cd.html


I hope this helps !
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