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Ghost dell 2500

I Have a Dell PowerEdge 2500 and i am trying to ghost this box the nic is an Intel(R) 8255x-based PCI .
I need some instruction on how to build a ghost floppy or cdrom
better yet if there is one created already that would be great

Thanks

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Thanks
I know how to create a ghost disk, but the right dos drivers is what i am looking for

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Just run Ghost in windows and follow the wizard to create a bootable floppy for your hardware

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