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Creating A Ghost 11 USB Boot disk for Dell E series Laptop

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I need instructions and need to know the correct NIC drivers to use for creating an E6400 and E6500
I am using Ghost 11. When attempting to push a Win 7 image up to Ghost server, the UNDI drivers will not load. I have drive several drivers inlcuding the latest nic drivers from the Dell site. Also checked the BIOS settings
making sure they were set to PXE on.  
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The  Intel Pro 1000 from the Intel site worked. Thank you very much
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