Need help creating Norton Ghost Boot Disks, (I suppose this was actually just a DOS boot disk with network drivers loaded)? I know I did when making one for a Panasonic Tough Book, so I figured I would pass along what I know.
First: Find out exactly what kind of network card you have. Go to the manufacturer's website and download the NDIS2 driver. You will need 4 files, stuff like drivername.dos, protocol.ini, and oemsetup.ini
Second: Format the floppy as a Windows 98 Boot Disk (you can download from http://bootdisk.com/ )
Third: Gut the win98 boot floppy of unnecessary files, and copy over the nic drivers into a folder named NET then a subfolder named 50.
Forth: Modify thusly:
Sorry, this is really quick and dirty, but this was how to get it to work
with the Yukon family of drivers from Marvell.
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