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Now, it fa310rx the NIC, the system hangs for roughly 2 minutes, and then it says “not ready reading drive c”. Oct 22, Posts: Ethernet RJ Filter Applied.

This is for the version 2. Updated by Peter Verstraten. The GA works in both 3. Jan 19, Posts: Created by Dennis Ploeger. When creating the recovery boot disk, Snapshot tries to detect the current keyboard layout of Windows. UDMA will test its functionality, and will not load, if it doesn’t find compatible hardware. Created by Patrick Fortin-Ducharme. Windows 7 reminds me of Windows 3.


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Sun Apr 13, 7: I cannot get the main Ghost screen to come up at all with the Netgear drivers, but the system no longer halts. I’ve gotten a little further, but still no dice.

They are still sealed in the plastic with the Fa130tx factory stickers but are not in their original boxes. Windows 7 appears to have been designed to not work with anything, or do anything, anyone wants to do.

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EXE to the disk and use it. Created by Jim Webster. Did this solve your problem? Je suis ravi g 0 9 Just use it – Snapshot will run on any DOS.

I’ve tried both the packet driver as well as the NDIS2 driver. Delivery Options see all. How satisfied are you with this reply? Can you give Microsoft the right and assurance that if they choose to take up where the hardware manufacturers left off, they will not end up in court? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.