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Powered by vBulletin Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. logo-symantec-dark-source Loading Your Community Experience Symantec Connect You will need to enable Javascript in your browser to access this site. © 2016 Products Products Home Threat Protection Advanced Threat Protection Endpoint The machines did boot to the pre installed XP before i tried to ghost them Send PM 11th April 2008,12:58 AM #6 linkazoid Join Date May 2007 Location London Posts Anyone know why its slow?

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It can be caused by connection issues. Try unicasting the image to the specific machine or machines that failed. Submit a Threat Submit a suspected infected fileto Symantec.

Verify that you have the latest available drivers for your Network Interface Card (NIC). Application Error 502 Connection Reset by server with Ghostcode 19945 I tried creating an image with a Lenovo 6075 and it brought up an error as well. Cause There are multiple possible causes. We never got to the bottom of it.

With a dual core Xeon processor and 2GB RAM. When you use GhostCast Server to roll this image out to many computers, not all computers receive the file: -- Some computers drop from the Session. You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community »

Seems pretty cool. Thanks. 0 LVL 22 Overall: Level 22 Software-Other 11 Message Expert Comment by:cj_1969 ID: 170107032006-06-29 Regarding the drivers ... Type "cmd" and hit enter. My boss said the rest of these don't pertain to us.

I know that is what the server is operating at (not Auto). Anyone know why its slow? No change though. As soon as it finishes or fails i'll let you know.

I think it may be to a recent update.... check my blog Again it times out. Not a member? I had a heck of a time getting the right DOS driver but have finally got it from BroadCom's site (DOS NDIS 8.28 for BroadCom) and I am booting the machine

I performed the images at 3:45 when there were only 5 machines turned on and using the network for minimal work (ie they were all using word) Does anyone have any I know it sounds counter intuitive but the older drivers have "less technology" in them and might actually function better in a non-windows environment (i.e. I checked the DOS NDIS drivers and I really think I have the correct ones. this content I ran ghost off the 2nd floppy and tried to start a session.

Run "chkdsk" on your hard drive and fix any errors (see above for how to perform chkdsk) Recreate your image using the ghost cast server or ghost console. To resolve the problem, remove all IP addresses but one before running Ghost Multicast Server. By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks.

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The connection has timed out again after transmitting 741MB to 1 client.... We've checked the list of solutions and determined it is a driver issue rather than hardware or network. (Other computers such as RMs still Ghost fine from the same point and Close Login Didn't find the article you were looking for? Thats normally the issue when ghost repeately dies while imaging Send PM 10th April 2008,07:00 PM #5 jamin100 Join Date Feb 2008 Location Birmingham Posts 1,204 Thank Post 179 Thanked

It can also be caused by bad sectors either on the hard drive or in the image Solution There are multiple resolutions that have been proven to work when receiving this EDIT: I have now tried connecting one of the new PC's to the core switch (same as the server) and still have the same problem. Solution 4: Make sure that multicasting and IGMP are enabled on routers and switches and nothing is blocking our ports (ie AntiVirus or Firewalls). Obtain the correct DOS drivers from the NIC manufacturer, update Ghost to use the new drivers, and then create a new boot floppy disk that uses the new drivers.

Home Forum iSpy New Posts Today's Posts Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Blogs Wiki What's New? in Technical; Hi guys, Right, I have 30 new PC's (all identical) that i have dotted around the school which now need ... Thank you for your feedback! The only thing different about these desktops is that they have SATA drives.

Click Start > Run. Image has copied over no problems Machine 2 & 3 have failed. Send PM 11th April 2008,10:32 AM #9 jamin100 Join Date Feb 2008 Location Birmingham Posts 1,204 Thank Post 179 Thanked 137 Times in 100 Posts Rep Power 43 OK, that This problem has been seen when the client computer has more than one NIC.

Legacy ID 2008110708144460 Terms of use for this information are found in Legal Notices. On the bottom of the client it reads "Restoring... If you are using multiple unicast sessions, use the 'Force Mode' option on the network tab of the task creation properties interface to force a multicast instead. Everything went fine until the same exact point in the process where I got the same exact error. 3.) Changed the SATA drive operation from "Normal" to "Combination" in the BIOS.

Edit; We have been able to bypass the Ghost server and send the ghost image directly to a NAS drive, and that worked. If you cannot upgrade, try posting the issue in the Ghost Solution forum within the Connect community. So I'm pretty stumped at the moment. Close Login Didn't find the article you were looking for?

Migrate to ArmNET We're bailing out of the horrid world of Lotus Notes into a much better SQL based solution Set up IT Provider Get Juvo-IT up and Running TECHNOLOGY IN If the client computer uses the D-Link DFE500TX NIC, using the NIC's packet drivers instead of the NDIS drivers sometimes resolves this problem.