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    DOS USB Driver

    Hi,

    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.

    Thanks

    Rob

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    You will need to buy the corporate version anyway as it's only licensed for one machine :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    You will need to buy the corporate version anyway as it's only licensed for one machine :P
    was that to me or the poster

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrHappy View Post
    was that to me or the poster
    The poster.

    Several free alternatives to ghost now

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    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.

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    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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