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Hardware Thread, Realtek 8168 NDIS Ghost Drivers in Technical; Hi I am having problems ghosting computers with Realtek 8168 cards. I have downloaded and tried to use these drivers ...
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    Realtek 8168 NDIS Ghost Drivers

    Hi I am having problems ghosting computers with Realtek 8168 cards.

    I have downloaded and tried to use these drivers

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    When they boot into PCDOS it tells me that the drivers are not correct / the card cannot be found

    any suggestions please?

    Thanks

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    Do you know which mainboard you have?

    Those are the correct drivers, if the lan cards are plug in they will be 8168 chipset otherwise the onboard version is the 8111. Either way its the same driver and should work.

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    You using the RTEND.DOS driver ? NDIS2
    That should work - works on my Ghost setup - [ 8.0 ]
    Last edited by mattx; 8th December 2008 at 11:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    You using the RTEND.DOS driver ? NDIS2
    That should work - works on my Ghost setup - [ 8.0 ]
    yep

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterW View Post
    Do you know which mainboard you have?

    Those are the correct drivers, if the lan cards are plug in they will be 8168 chipset otherwise the onboard version is the 8111. Either way its the same driver and should work.
    I think they are abit baords.

    Thanks

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    If you run something like CPU-Z on one of the machnes it will give you the board model and BIOS version , CPUID

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    Have you looked into PXE Ghost ???

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Have you looked into PXE Ghost ???

    Ben
    but that would mean visiting each computer. Would rather get a room on image with a few clicks of a mouse.

    thanks anyway

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    Ok no probs didn't know how you were doing it as you didn't say.

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Ok no probs didn't know how you were doing it as you didn't say.

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    yer sorry about that

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    Does anyone have any more suggestions.

    Thanks

    Z

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    We have just got a batch of laptops with this driver, and having problems ghosting.

    Its gets as far as adding MFT files and freezes!!!

    Did you manage to get it fixed FN-GM?

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    I've just ghosted a pc this morning with an 8168/8111 ghost boot floppy. I could email you a copy if you like, if that's any help to you?

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    That would be great.

    I'll pm my address.

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    email sent

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    I'll have to send a PM as well as I am having the same problem. This driver is hard to locate.

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