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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 using ghost solotuions v2... lan driver free downlode (intal orignal)

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Re: intel 82566dc...

Hello there,

If your board is Intel, you can download drivers from there, using the code number of the board, or name.
it is more easy!

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