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we use floppy disks to boot computers when creating/restoring images. could do with getting rid of the huge mountain ...
2nd May 2008, 02:43 PM #1
creat bootable usb ghost drive
we use floppy disks to boot computers when creating/restoring images. could do with getting rid of the huge mountain of disks. is there a step by step guide anywhere that can explain how I can go about creating a bootable USB ghost disk?
2nd May 2008, 02:46 PM #2
- Rep Power
Below is a quick run through of how to make a bootable USB stick for ghost....
make a set of bootable floppys with ghost 8.5 and check they boot the machine into ghost
install the HP Drive Key Boot Utility on your PC
insert pen drive run hp app as follows
1st screen next
2nd select pen drive letter next
3rd screen leave default next
4th screen leave default next
5th screen leave default next
it will now format
or floppy (chosse floppy)
insert your 1st ghost floppy and enter names (doesnt matter what you call it)
It will now create the image boot file from the 1st floppy
Now install win image
start win image click file open navagte to your pen drive it will pick up a img called whatever you named it in the hp util
select it and it will open and you will see the files in it.
Insert ghost floppy 2
the clickImage from the tool bar in win image change format and change to 2.88
now select the ghost folder inside the image pain then from the tools menu select inject and you want to inject the
ghost.exe file from the 2nd ghost floppy then save in winimage and you are done.
2nd May 2008, 02:47 PM #3
Last edited by SYNACK; 2nd May 2008 at 02:55 PM.
2nd May 2008, 03:14 PM #4
Originally Posted by marco84
spot on mate thank you, works a treat.
Right so I've got one type of NIC card driver on it, how do i go about adding additional drivers?
2nd May 2008, 03:16 PM #5
this is very good FlashBoot
2nd May 2008, 03:19 PM #6
pxe boot it then you don't need to worry.
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