Under Options, check "Writeable" and "Pre-OS." Click Advanced. Submit a False Positive Report a suspected erroneous detection (false positive). You may have to change the "Files of type" drop-down box to "All Files (*.*)" in order to see the files. Copy ghost32.exe to USB disc3. get redirected here
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You may need to change the "Files of type" drop-down menu to "All Files (*.*)" in order to see the files that you extracted. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map freebasic.net FreeBASIC's Official Forums Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search Forums Members The team FAQ Login internal hard drive in Thermaltake enclosure connected to USB, Maxtor 250 GB (free space 88 gb), no partition, FAT32-Windows XP Professional, version 2002, Service Pack 3-Pentium Core duo 3.2 GHz-3 GB Create a SymAccount now!' "Load Error: No DPMI Memory" when using Symantec Ghost 8.0 in a PXE boot environment TECH108770 January 3rd, 2004 http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH108770 Support / "Load Error: No DPMI Memory"
This last point because often such limits are spec'ed by looking at very global things like pointer width, while sometimes it turns out that when selectors are allocated too small, one To use a PC-DOS boot disk, first delete all of the files on the Ghost PC-DOS boot disk except for the following: Ibmio.com Ibmdos.com Command.com To create a custom TCP/IP Network Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. page Note: You will need a Windows 98 or Me system floppy disk for the next steps.
done.Bart's PE is a great tool to have handy. It does not swap, but can not be included into the executable - you have to install it as resident at the DOS bootup. Master, internal SATA, Seagate 80GB (free space 50 gb), no partition, NTFS 2. Top 2 Posts: 75 Joined: Mar 28, 2006 21:01 OK,thanks alot.
You should now have a TCP/IP boot image with allocated size of 4 MB. If this is not the case, install 3Com Boot Services before proceeding. for more info on settings...and make sure these files above (Himem.sys and emm386.exe) are in the dir as listed (WINDOWS) TT4UNotification:These are just my thoughts....and should be carefully measured against other Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
RE: Ghost 8 problem with bootdisk TekTippy4U (TechnicalUser) 5 Aug 04 08:00 that's very nice TT4UNotification:These are just my thoughts....and should be carefully measured against other opinions.Backup All Important Data/Docs Red Get More Info Thanks again! The dome shaped fan was interesting and did its job well but started dieing several... Browse to the location in which you saved the extracted files, and open the GHOST folder.
At this point you should have extracted all of the files from the Ghost-generated TCP/IP network boot image and saved them to a folder. Top marcov Posts: 2252 Joined: Jun 16, 2005 9:45 Location: Eindhoven, NL Contact: Contact marcov Website Re: DPMI CWSDPMI HDPMI Quote Postby marcov » Apr 27, 2006 12:37 And, in DOS Select all of the files, except for any of the following that may exist: Command.com Io.sys Msdos.sys Ibmdos.com Ibmio.sys Click Open. http://softacoustik.com/load-error/load-error-no-dpmi-memory-fix.php IP Logged Pages: 1 ‹ Previous Topic | Next Topic › « Home ‹ Board Top of this page Forum Jump » Home » 10 most recent Posts »
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The solution to this issue is to create a smaller, custom TCP/IP boot image using the 3Com Boot Image Editor. run ghost32.exe..... Quote:"Load error: no DPMI memory." First time that error has been reported here. Doing a Google search: "Load error: no DPMI memory." shows that this seems to be related to Corporate Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free.
Or maybe someone know alternative way to flash bios? So that in case of crash or virus attack, I could restore the image-file without re-installing XP and other applications.What I use/have:-Symantec Ghost 11.0.1 Corporate edition (2 files, ghost.exe and ghost32.exe)-Bootable Supported Products A-Z Get support for your product, with downloads, knowledge base articles, documentation, and more. this page Already a member?
By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. snorkyller Member Messages: 113 I succesfully made a bootable USB key to run ghost.exe on startup. Can't see your system's HDD--or can't see the whole size of the USB flash drive? Most flash drive tools to make the flash drive bootable limit the size to 2 GB--a The default selection is drive A.
Slave for data, internal SATA, Maxtor 500 GB (free space 375 gb), no partition, NTFS 3. Select all of the files in the NET folder, and then click Open. Using the bootable USB I successfully go to DOS, prompt C: which is my USB (not hard drive) and I can't see or use all my hard drive.3. Click Add.
Just type "m" and hit enter. Select all of the files in the GHOST folder, and then click Open. There are ways to make the exe fully stand alone though, read the docs that came in the zip file. Is there any workaround for this?
To insert the appropriate files into the new boot image In the 3Com Boot Image Editor, click "Edit an existing file." Select the file you just created, and then click Open. Reviewed by bluedevil Review Provided by Nixeus Technology. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Top v1ctor Site Admin Posts: 3794 Joined: May 27, 2005 8:08 Location: SP / Bra[s]il Contact: Contact v1ctor Website WLM Quote Postby v1ctor » Apr 14, 2006 1:36 See the readme.txt: