Acronis True Image over the network

Posted on 2009-02-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

I'm try to image an HP6930 over the network using an Acronis boot disk. It is not picking up the network driver of the laptop. It typically picks up all of our other machines. I'm guessing because the HP6930 is new.

How can I make the Acronis boot disk see the network card of the HP6930 so I can see the .tib files on the server so I can image it?


Question by:Dustnx2
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    You need to create your own boot disk with the drivers for that laptop.  See this article on how to do this:

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    Cool. Would you happen to know how to add network drivers to Bart PE?
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