Universal Network Boot Disk with over 92 different network cards!

Very useful utility, especially if you need to use ghost on a network with non-standard hardware and network cards. http://www.netbootdisk.com/ The Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk is a DOS bootdisk that provides TCP/IP networking support. It’s designed for use in Microsoft networking environments, on either peer-to-peer or domain based LANs. Currently 92 different network card drivers all included, all on the single 1.44MB disk! Most people use this bootdisk for “Ghosting” PC’s over a network connection. This disk will provide the DOS networking and drivers to allow the mapping of a network drive containing your imaging software and files. TCP/IP based image transfers, like GhostCast is also supported. About the Disk, Feature List…

Very useful utility, especially if you need to use ghost on a network with non-standard hardware and network cards.

http://www.netbootdisk.com/

The Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk is a DOS bootdisk that provides TCP/IP networking support. It’s designed for use in Microsoft networking environments, on either peer-to-peer or domain based LANs. Currently 92 different network card drivers all included, all on the single 1.44MB disk!

Most people use this bootdisk for “Ghosting” PC’s over a network connection. This disk will provide the DOS networking and drivers to allow the mapping of a network drive containing your imaging software and files. TCP/IP based image transfers, like GhostCast is also supported. About the Disk, Feature List…

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