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    Hi All, i got the new DELL Latitude E6420
    for my imaging, i'm using the NetBootDisk 6.5 + Ghost 11

    and i need to add a new Intel nic driver (Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection)

    did you know how i can add the driver ine the package ?

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    Im not sure but if you use the Latest Intel Pro 1000 driver found on the website with the ghost boot disk wizzard it will work with that.

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    well, i have only the Ghost.exe ans GhostCastServer.exe
    and I think the ghost boot disk wizzard is not free to use

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    I've updated the following drivers in the netbootdisk to their newest versions (as in the "last modified date" of each .dos file). I've also updated the ndis.map file to hopefully include all new files. As I also have a 6420, this is tested and working with it. The updated files.uha file link is two posts below, to overcome the bot filter this forum has.

    Accton EN22xx ETHPCM.DOS 1/5/2001
    Accton EN5251 EN5251.DOS 11/8/2001
    Broadcom 57x NetXtreme B57.DOS 3/14/2011
    Intel Pro100 E100B.DOS 5/5/2010
    Intel Pro1000 E1000.DOS 11/16/2010
    Realtek 8168 Gigabit RTEND.DOS 8/26/2011


    Seriously, learn how to follow the steps on the guy's website to use WinUHA to repackage and update drivers properly. It really isn't that hard and is only slightly tedious.

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    I understand the need for the bot filter, but luckily I'm not a bot...just a helpful person.

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    files.uha - File Shared from Box.net
    ^This is the link for the updated FILES.UHA for netbootdisk so that the 6420 will work.

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    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by vultureman View Post
    files.uha - File Shared from Box.net
    ^This is the link for the updated FILES.UHA for netbootdisk so that the 6420 will work.
    Thank you my friend, I will test it soon as posible (today or monday)


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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Im not sure but if you use the Latest Intel Pro 1000 driver found on the website with the ghost boot disk wizzard it will work with that.
    netbootdisk allows you to put all of it on a single USB that can run batch process while still having mouse detection support and autodetecting loads of network cards. it's a huge timesaver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vernamm View Post
    Thank you my friend, I will test it soon as posible (today or monday)

    the downside is that you will have NO mouse support. cutemouse hasn't released any updates in a long time, so I am unable to fix that and there are no alternatives.

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    Ok but right now if i want to rebuilt the disk, i need to to what ?

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    You only need to replace your current FILES.UHA with the one I have linked above.

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    i want to tell you "THANK YOU SO MUCH" everithing is working fine for my Dell Latitude E6420 i can use now the boot disk


    and if you have some time to burn, can you explain to me how you add the new driver in the file.uha

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    Quote Originally Posted by vernamm View Post
    i want to tell you "THANK YOU SO MUCH" everithing is working fine for my Dell Latitude E6420 i can use now the boot disk


    and if you have some time to burn, can you explain to me how you add the new driver in the file.uha
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    My problem is when I download your updated files.uha file it won't fit on my floppy drive (I haven't had too much success with going the usb method) Is that the way you're goin about it now? With USB?

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    For USB method:

    1. Format a floppy disk as a MSDOS Bootable disk, and then copy all files off of that disk onto a folder on your computer.
    2. Enable hidden files and system files viewing
    3. Erase everything on the USB drive with the HP USB formatting tool, and use the option "Create a DOS startup disk using DOS system files located at" and point it to the folder you made in Step 1.
    4. Download NetBootDisk and run MakeDisk.bat, then:
    a. Press enter
    b. Type in the USB drive letter for your drive, colon and press enter (ex. E:)
    c. Type in USB (USB) and press enter
    d. Press enter and close out of IE popup window
    5. Edit some of the files in it:
    a. autoexec.bat
    set MenuBeep=0
    b. menupref.bat
    Set LOGONSCRIPT=ghost.bat
    rem TIMEOUT=0
    c. boot.zip
    make sure it contains COMMAND.COM...if not, copy from your floppy drive folder
    d. FileCopy folder
    create a file called ghost.bat, and add into that batch the line:
    N:\ghost.exe
    copy your ghost.exe you use for ghostcasting into this folder also
    e. copy over my FILES.UHA


    Should work on almost all computers!
    Last edited by vultureman; 21st September 2011 at 09:21 PM.

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