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Intel 82566dc... hi im trying to take aghost image to our servers of this board but cant seem to locate a ndis2 boot disk is there another way i can do this..im using ghost solotuions v2...

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I'm not sure that Ghost would be able to save an image over the network even if you could find a ndis2 boot disk. You might be better off ghosting the image to local storage (external USB HDD, or connecting a bare drive internally), which you then connect to a working machine to upload the image to the network?

Of course, you'd need to do the reverse to restore it to the same machine - though there is no reason you would not be able to restore the image to a bare drive on any system, and then install that drive is the boot device in the original system.

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If your board is Intel, you can download drivers from there, using the code number of the board, or name.
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www.intel.com

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