that any good?
Does anyone know a place where I can get a USB driver for DOS - not the panasonic one. I need it so that I can rebuild stations using Norton Ghost.
You will need to buy the corporate version anyway as it's only licensed for one machine :P
USB restore using ghost, I find, is much too slow.
I find that booting a USB with computers supporting it, and then using the DVD to put the image on is much better. This is ok when the drive has not been vandalised, but since I put the image on the second partition, i have found booting from USB, and then cloning the image this way is the fastest and can be done in under 10 mins.
Whenever I see a blue screen, I boot from USB, select the image from D and start the procedure then remove the USB and walk off while it takes the few mins to complete. Its back on the domain and fully working in 15 mins.
Hi sorry I wasn't clear. The image is on a DVD and we use a USB connected DVD drive. The BIOS will boot from the DVD but when in DOS the DVD drive cannot be read - we need a USB DOS driver for this purpose.
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