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    Ghost VT6102 PXE boot image

    I am currently trying to take an image of our phone system for disaster recovery purposes and am coming unstuck at the PXE booting stage.

    The machine has a Rhine II based network card, the VT6102.

    If I use the PXE Packet driver I end up with a 'UNDI not supported' error.

    The bios has PXE support and Option support.

    Any idea how to get this to boot PXE?

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    Is the network card onboard or seperate?

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    Onboard. And there is no space for another PCI card as it is an ITX unit which is used as our phone server.

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    Have you checked for bios updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Have you checked for bios updates?
    Hmm... there appears to be a new bios, but it requires either dos or windows xp to flash it. I think a dos boot disk is in the making.

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