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Asus Eee PC 900 Ghost NDIS (DOS) Driver

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Greetings,

I've been tasked with dropping a Ghost image onto an Asus Eee PC 900, but am having a very hard time locating the correct wired NDIS driver, to use with a GhostCast server.  I've found a few threads on various sites pointing to various driver mirrors, but all are down, or have been moved.

Can anyone please point me to the correct NDIS driver?

Thanks!
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network boot Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk is a DOS bootdisk that has almost all NIC drivers built in.
http://www.netbootdisk.com/

Ghost bootable
http://club.cdfreaks.com/f3/norton-ghost-bootable-cd-153755/

Create a Universal network boot floppy image and use that to create your CD boot. set it to connect to your server, and put a copy of Ghost.exe on the shared drive .

also
http://www.tech-forums.net/computer_articles/restore/restore-disk.php

I hope this helps !
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You can also use the Generic network drivers that are in Ghost Boot Disk Wizard
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if he is using ghost cast server then i am guessing you are booting from PXE????

If you are not how are you actually booting this system???
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I'm using an external DVD burner to load the boot disk, not PXE.  I'll have a look at the generic drivers in Ghost, and see if that works.  I tried the universal boot disk option, but couldn't get the ISO created. I made a bootable flash drive, however, it fails to boot on the Eee PC.  It boots fine on another PC's, however.
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Is your Eee PC PXE Boot Compatible? Did you go into the bios and looked around in the Boot Options?
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You should try my suggested solution.
Easier, and more control, and will work universally ( not just on the Eee PC )

I hope this helps !
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