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LittlBUGer
This is the new release of the drivers add-on for the UBCD4Win. It includes only the Network drivers as we now use the BTS method for the Mass Storage drivers. It's just a minor update to what's already included with version 3.06 of the UBCD4Win while we are still waiting for the BTS network and wireless drivers to be supported in the UBCD4Win. Some drivers were updated, a few new ones were added, not much else changed. Please enjoy it while it lasts.... smile.gif

NOTE: These will work with UBCD4Win versions 3.05 and higher if you first delete the /drivers/Net folder before extracting these there. These should be included with the next build of the UBCD4Win (version 3.07 or higher).

Link: Download Here

Information on what's included below:

UBCD4Windows Net Drivers List
First Created: 9-27-07 - V 2.02
Last Edited: 9-27-07 - V 2.02
Models Added Since Previous Release: 0+!
MOST Models Updated (up to Sep. ‘07 driver versions)!
Total Models Supported: 500+!
NOTE: Not necessarily all models supported are listed below.


NEW ‘NET ONLY’ RELEASE!

NOTE: nVidia drivers NOT included due to too many conflicts. Use UBCD4Win nVidia driver plugin instead.

NIC (Network Interface Device-Wired/Wireless) Drivers

3Com
  • 10/100 Mini PCI
  • 3C900-COMBO
  • 3C900-TPO
  • 3C900B-COMBO
  • 3C900B-FL(ST)
  • 3C900B-TPO
  • 3C905-T4
  • 3C905-TX
  • 3C905B-COMBO
  • 3C905B-FX(SC)
  • 3C905B-TX
  • 3C905B-TX-NM
  • 3C905C-TX-M
  • 3C905CX-TX-M
  • 3C905CX-TX-NM
  • 3C920B-EMB
  • 3C920B-EMB-WNM
  • 3C940
  • 3C985-IBM
  • 3C985-SX
  • 3C985-TX
  • 3C985B-SX
  • 3C986-SX
  • 3C986-TX
  • 3C996-SX
  • 3C996-T
  • 3C996B-T
  • 3C998
  • 3C1000
  • 3CR990-FX-97
  • 3CR990-TX-95
  • 3CR990-TX-97
  • 3CR990B-97
  • 3CR990B-FX-97
  • 3CR990SVR95
  • 3CR990SVR97
  • 3CSOHO100B-TX
  • 3C2000
  • 3C2000x
  • 3C2000K2
  • OEM
  • 3C2000-T Gigabit
Acer
  • IPN2220 Wireless
AMD
  • ATI AT-2700TX
  • ATI AT-2700FX
  • ATI AT-2450v3
  • Diamond Multimedia Home
  • IBM 10/100 NetFinity
  • IBM iSeries 10/100
  • HP Ethernet with LAN
  • PCnet Family
  • PCnet Home
ASIX
  • AX88172
  • AX88790
  • AX88190
  • AX88190A
  • AX88140
  • AX8814X
  • AX88772
  • CNet PRO110
  • AX88178
ASUS
  • BCM430B
  • BCM430G
  • WL-103B
Atheros
  • AR5001A Wireless
  • AR5001X Wireless
  • AR5001X+ Wireless
  • AR5002G Wireless
  • AR5002X Wireless
  • AR5004G Wireless
  • AR5004X Wireless
Belkin
  • F5D5000
  • F5D5050
  • F5D7000
  • F5D7010v3
Broadcom
  • BCM57xx
  • BCM4401
  • BCM440x
  • 802.11b
  • 802.11b/g WLAN
  • 802.11a
  • 802.11a/b/g WLAN
  • 802.11b PCMCIA
  • 54g 802.11g PCMCIA
  • BCM43xx
  • NetXtreme Gigabit
  • NetLink Gigabit
  • NetXtreme II Gigabit
  • NetXtreme Fast Ethernet
  • NetLink Fast Ethernet
Buffalo
  • LGY-PCI-TXC
  • MX987xx Family
Cisco
  • PC2500 DS Wireless [PCMCIA/PCI/PNP ISA]
  • PC3100 FH PCMCIA
  • PC3100 FH Wireless [PCI/PNP ISA]
  • PC3500 FH PCMCIA
  • PC3500 FH Wireless [PCI/PNP ISA]
  • PC4500 DS Wireless [PCMCIA/PCI/PNP ISA]
  • PC4800 DS Wireless [PCMCIA/PCI/PNP ISA]
  • 340 Series Wireless [PCMCIA/PCI]
  • 350 Series Wireless [PCMCIA/PCI]
  • A50x Series/Based Wireless
Conceptronic
  • CONSP100TU USB 10/100
  • CONSP100TCL CardBus 10/100
Corega
  • GEther PCI-T32
  • FEther USB2-TX
  • FEther USB-TXS
  • FEtherII PCC-TXD
Davicom
  • DM9102A
  • DM9102AE
  • DM9102AF
  • DM9601
  • CNet Pro200
  • CNet Pro200WL
  • HomeRun
  • LongRun
Dell
  • TrueMobile 1300 WLAN Mini-PCI
  • TrueMobile 1300 WLAN
  • TrueMobile 1400 Dual Band WLAN Mini-PCI
  • TrueMobile 1400 Dual Band WLAN
  • Wireless 1350 WLAN Mini-PCI
  • Wireless 1350 WLAN
  • Wireless 1370 WLAN Mini-PCI
  • Wireless 1370 WLAN
  • Wireless 1450 Dual Band WLAN Mini-PCI
  • Wireless 1450 Dual Band WLAN
  • Wireless 1470 Dual Band WLAN Mini-PCI
  • Wireless 1470 Dual Band WLAN
DLink
  • DFE-530TX+
  • DGE-530T
  • Air DWL-122 Wireless USB
  • AirPlus G DWL-G122 Wireless USB
  • AirPlus DWL-650+ Wireless Cardbus
  • AirPlus DWL-520+ Wireless PCI
  • AirPlus DWL-G650 Wireless Cardbus [Rev. C]
  • AirPlus DWL-G520 Wireless PCI [Rev. B]
  • AirPremier DWL-AG530 Wireless PCI
  • AirPremier AG DWL-AG530 Wireless PCI
  • AirPremier DWL-AG660 Wireless Cardbus
  • AirPremier AG DWL-AG660 Wireless Cardbus
  • AirPlus G DWL-G510 Wireless PCI [Rev. B]
  • AirPlus G DWL-G630 Wireless Cardbus [Rev. D]
  • AirPremier DWL-G680 Wireless Cardbus
  • AirPremier DWL-G550 Wireless PCI
  • AirPlus G DWL-G520+A Wireless PCI
  • AirPlus G DWL-G650+A Wireless Cardbus
  • AirPremier DWL-AG132 Wireless USB
  • AirPlus Xtreme G DWL-G132 Wireless USB
  • AirPlus A G DWL-AG122 Wireless USB
  • WUA 2340 USB
HP
  • WLAN 802.11b/g W400
  • WLAN 802.11a/b/g W500
  • NC320i PCIe
  • NC320m PCIe
  • NC325i PCIe
  • NC324i PCIe
  • NC326i PCIe
  • NC7770
  • NC6770
  • NC7780
  • NC7760
  • NC7771
  • NC778
  • NC7772
  • NC7782
  • NC7783
  • NC7761
  • NC1020
  • NC320T PCIe
  • NC150T PCI
  • NC325m PCIe
  • NC326m PCIe
  • NC370T Multifunction
  • NC370F Multifunction
  • NC370i Multifunction
  • NC373i Multifunction
  • NC373i Multifunction
  • NC380T PCIe DP Multifunction
  • NC370i Multifunction
  • NC371i Multifunction
  • NC373m Multifunction
  • NC373F PCIe Multifunction
  • NC374m PCIe Multifunction
IBM
  • Token-Ring PCI
  • Wake On LAN Token-Ring PCI
  • 16/4 Token-Ring PCI 2
  • 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Special
  • Compaq 16/4 Token-Ring PCI Special
  • High-Speed 100/16/4 Token-Ring PCI
  • 16/4 Token-Ring PCI 2 with Wake on LAN
  • 16/4 Token-Ring CardBus
  • 16/4 Token-Ring Low Profile PCI
  • 16/4 Token-Ring PCI with Alert on LAN
Intel
  • 82540EM
  • 82540EP
  • 82541EI
  • 82541GI
  • 82541PI
  • 82543GC
  • 82544
  • 82544EI
  • 82544GC
  • 82545EM
  • 82545GM
  • 82546EB
  • 82546GB
  • 82547EI
  • 82547GI
  • 8254x
  • 8255x
  • 82562
  • 82597 Gigabit
  • PRO/10GbE
  • PRO/10GbE LR
  • PRO/10GbE SR
  • PRO/100 M
  • PRO/100 S
  • PRO/100 S+
  • PRO/100 VE
  • PRO/100 VM
  • PRO/100
  • PRO/100 SP
  • PRO/100+
  • PRO/1000 F
  • PRO/1000
  • PRO/1000 CT
  • PRO/1000 GT
  • PRO/1000 MF
  • PRO/1000 PM
  • PRO/1000 PL
  • PRO/1000 MF (LX)
  • PRO/1000 MT
  • PRO/1000 T
  • PRO/1000 XF
  • PRO/1000 XT
  • PRO/1000 XTL
  • PRO/100B
  • PRO/Wireless 2200BG
  • PRO/Wireless 2915ABG
  • PRO/Wireless 7100
  • PRO/Wireless 2100 3B Mini PCI
  • PRO/Wireless 2100 3A Mini PCI
  • PRO/Wireless 3945ABG
  • PRO/Wireless 3945BG
  • PRO/Wireless 3965ABG
  • PRO/Wireless 3965BG
  • Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN
  • Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG
  • 21040
  • 21041
  • 21140
  • 21143
  • 21142
  • 21145
  • AnyPoint PCI Phoneline
  • 21145 Phoneline
  • iSeries 2892
Linksys
  • LNE100TX
  • USB200M
  • WMP11
  • WMP54G
  • WPC11
  • WPC11 V2.0
  • WPC11 V2.5
  • WPC11 V3.0
  • WPC54G v 5.0
  • WPC55AG
  • WUSB11
  • WUSB11 v 2.0
  • WUSB11 v 2.5
  • WUSB11 v 2.6
  • WUSB11 v 2.8
  • WUSB11 v 3.0
  • WUSB11 v 4.0
  • WUSB54G
  • WUSB54G v 2.0
  • WUSB54G v 4.0
  • WMP54GS v 1.0
  • USB200M v2
  • WPC54GS v1
  • WPC54GS v2
Madge
  • Smart MK4
  • Smart 16/4 CardBus Mk2
  • Smart 16/4 PCMCIA Mk2
  • RapidFire 3140 16/4 TR
  • RapidFire 3140V2 16/4 TR
  • RapidFire 3141 16/4
  • GoCard Token-Ring C30 (OC-3221)
  • Smart 100/16/4 PCI-HS Ringnode
  • Smart 16/4 PCI Ringnode Mk3
  • Smart 16/4 PCI Ringnode Mk2
  • Presto PCI 2000
  • Presto PCI Plus
  • Presto PCI
  • 16/4 CardBus
  • Smart 16/4 PCMCIA Ringnode
  • Olicom RapidFire 3540 HSTR 100/16/4
  • Olicom RapidFire 3139 Token-Ring 16/4
  • Olicom Token-Ring PCI/II 16/4 (OC-3137)
  • Olicom GoCard 3250 Token-Ring 16/4 CardBus
Marvell
  • Yukon 88E8001 PCI Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8003 PCI Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8010 PCI Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8035 PCI-E
  • Yukon 88E8036 PCI-E
  • Yukon 88E8052 PCI-E ASF Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8050 PCI-E ASF Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8053 PCI-E Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8021 PCI-X ASF Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8022 PCI-X ASF Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8061 PCI-E ASF Gigabit
  • Yukon 88E8062 PCI-E ASF Gigabit
Microsoft
  • MN-110 USB
  • MN-120 Notebook
  • MN-130 PCI
  • MN-510 Wireless USB
  • MN-520 Wireless Notebook
  • MN-710 Wireless USB
  • MN-720 Wireless Notebook
  • MN-730 Wireless PCI
Misc-General
  • CP-USB-RJ45M [USB]
  • TU-ET-100C [USB]
N.S.C.
  • DP8381x (MacPhyter II)
NetGear
  • FA101
  • WG511T
  • WG511 v.1
  • MA101 USB
  • MA111 v2 Wireless USB
  • MA311 PCI
  • WG111 Wireless USB
  • WG121 Wireless USB
  • WG311 v2 Wireless PCI
nVidia
  • All nForce
  • All nForce2
  • All nForce3
  • All nForce4
  • All nForce5
  • All nForce6
Realtek
  • RTL8029
  • RTL8150
  • RTL8169
  • RTL8169S
  • RTL8169SB
  • RTL8139
  • RTL8139A
  • RTL8139B
  • RTL8139C
  • RTL8139C+
  • RTL8139D
  • RTL8130
  • RTL8110
  • RTL8110S
  • RTL8110SB
  • RTL810x
  • RTL8168
  • RTL8111
  • Realtek 10/100/1000 Family
SiS
  • SiS655TX
  • SiS655FX
  • SiS650GX
  • SiS755FX
  • SiSM661FX
  • SiSM661MX
  • SiS961
  • SiS962
  • SiS963
  • SiS964
  • SiS962L
  • SiS963L
  • SiS964L
  • SiS645DX
  • SiS651
  • SiS630ST
  • SiS645
  • SiS650
  • SiS635
  • SiS630S
  • SiS630ET
  • SiS630E
  • SiS630
  • SiS746
  • SiS745
  • SiS740
  • SiS735
  • SiS730S
  • SiS648
  • SiS900
  • SiSM650
  • SiS741
  • SiS648MX
  • SiS730SE
  • SiS540
  • SiS755
  • SiS746FX
  • SiS748
  • SiS655
  • SiS648FX
  • SiS760
  • SiS661FX
  • SiS191
  • SiS190
  • SiS160
  • SiS162 Wireless
  • SiS162 USB Wireless
  • SiS163 USB Wireless
SmartBridges
  • smartNIC HOT-SYNC
  • smartNIC SB1000
  • smartNIC SB1500
  • smartNIC2 PNP
  • smartNIC SB1600
SMC
  • SMC9452TX V.2
  • SMC8041 V.2
  • SMC8041 V.1
  • EZ CardBus-II 10/100
  • EZ Networking Compact 10/100 USB 2.0 Adapter
  • Compact USB to Ethernet converter
  • EZ Connect USB/Ethernet Series Converter
  • SMC1255TX
  • SMC1255TX-PF
  • SMC1244TX V.2
  • SMC9562TX
  • SMC9552TX
  • SMC1211 Series
  • SMC2208 USB
SOHOWare
  • ND5100
  • ND5100-E
  • ND5120-E
Surecom
  • EP-312
  • EP-320X-S
  • EP-320X-S1
  • EP-320X-R
  • EP-320X-R1
  • EP-325
  • EP-427X (Dongle)
  • EP-427X (Dongleless)
  • EP-428X (Dongleless)
SysKonnect
  • SK-9872 Gigabit
  • SK-9871 v2.0 Gigabit
  • SK-9871 Gigabit
  • SK-9862 Gigabit
  • SK-9861 v2.0 Gigabit
  • SK-9861 Gigabit
  • SK-9851 v2.0 Gigabit
  • SK-9844 Gigabit
  • SK-9843 v2.0 Gigabit
  • SK-9843 Gigabit
  • SK-9842 Gigabit
  • SK-9841 v2.0 Gigabit
  • SK-9841 Gigabit
  • SK-9822 Gigabit
  • SK-9821 v2.0 Gigabit
  • SK-9821 Gigabit
  • SK-9521 Gigabit
  • SK-9521 v2.0 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8012 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8011 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8009 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8008 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8007 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8006 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8004 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8003 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8002 Gigabit
  • Marvell RDK-8001 Gigabit
  • SK-9E21D Gigabit
  • SK-9E21D PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9E21 PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9E22 PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9E81 PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9E82 PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9E91 PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9E92 PCI-E Gigabit
  • SK-9S21 PCI-X Gigabit
  • SK-9S22 PCI-X Gigabit
  • SK-9S81 PCI-X Gigabit
  • SK-9S82 PCI-X Gigabit
  • SK-9S91 PCI-X Gigabit
  • SK-9S92 PCI-X Gigabit
ULI
  • M5261
  • M5263
VIA
  • VT3106S
  • VT3106J
  • VT3065
  • VT3043
  • VT6105M Rhine III
  • VT6105 Rhine III
  • VT6106H
  • VT6106L
  • VT6106S
  • VT6107
  • Rhine II
  • VT86C100A Rhine I
  • Rhine Family
  • VT8231
  • VT8233
  • VT8235
  • VT8237
  • Velocity Family Gigabit
  • USB Wireless LAN
Wireless
  • CB54G3/MP54G3 Wireless
Xircom
  • CBE-10/100BTX
  • CBE2-100BTX
  • RBE-100BTX
  • R2BE-100BTX
  • CEM56-100
ZyXEL Corp.
  • Prestige USB
hilander999
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LittlBUGer
Also note, if anyone would like any additions, anything at all, I'd be more than glad to put them in for a 2.03 release or something. smile.gif
KCarney
QUOTE(LittlBUGer @ Sep 28 2007, 10:38 AM) *
Also note, if anyone would like any additions, anything at all, I'd be more than glad to put them in for a 2.03 release or something. smile.gif


Intel PRO/1000 CT ..not important per say but would be nice to have
LittlBUGer
QUOTE(KCarney @ Sep 28 2007, 01:03 PM) *
QUOTE(LittlBUGer @ Sep 28 2007, 10:38 AM) *
Also note, if anyone would like any additions, anything at all, I'd be more than glad to put them in for a 2.03 release or something. smile.gif


Intel PRO/1000 CT ..not important per say but would be nice to have


I've included all of the Intel driver packages, so even though it's not currently listed (I'll fix it now), it should already be in there. smile.gif
KCarney
Thank you!
LittlBUGer
No problem. And sorry about me not editing my first post. I don't have mod rights anymore so I can't do that anymore. Any other suggestions? smile.gifThanks for pinning this by the way.
gordo
I downloaded UBCD4Win on Oct 23, 2007 and successfully created a boot CD. Thank you for a great system. I have 2 queries:

1. Network drives for Intel 82566MC on my Toshiba Tecra A9 notebook pc.

It is not finding the network card. Can I simply copy these driver files into the drivers\net\Intel\82566MC folder and will it work - OR - do they need to be defined somewhere else?

2. This notebook has a SATA drive. When I run up ghost, it does not see the local C drive. I notice that the BTS Mass Storage drivers are enabled by default in this version, so I am wondering why I cannot see the local SATA hard disk drive.

3. I have a maxtor external USB hard disk that I wish to ghost to. I cannot see this drive. Is there something I need to do to make it visible to UBCD4Win?

Thanks

Gordon
hilander999
QUOTE(gordo @ Oct 23 2007, 09:06 PM) *
I downloaded UBCD4Win on Oct 23, 2007 and successfully created a boot CD. Thank you for a great system. I have 2 queries:

1. Network drives for Intel 82566MC on my Toshiba Tecra A9 notebook pc.

It is not finding the network card. Can I simply copy these driver files into the drivers\net\Intel\82566MC folder and will it work - OR - do they need to be defined somewhere else?
Yes, most of the time that is all you will need to do.
If it still does not work, try searching the \drivers\net folder for duplicate file names and hardware id's that may conflict with the card you are adding.

QUOTE
2. This notebook has a SATA drive. When I run up ghost, it does not see the local C drive. I notice that the BTS Mass Storage drivers are enabled by default in this version, so I am wondering why I cannot see the local SATA hard disk drive.
Is your sata coltroller included in the bts driverpack?
Check www.driverpacks.net to see if the controller you are using is included, if not then post a request in the driverpacks forum.
They have a fantastic team of people who add drivers, so the wait is normally not long then the device will be working for everyone.

You may need to update the mass storage driverpack included with ubcd4win to the newest version.


QUOTE
3. I have a maxtor external USB hard disk that I wish to ghost to. I cannot see this drive. Is there something I need to do to make it visible to UBCD4Win?
You have 2 choices:

Plug it in before booting and it will be recognised.
Use *HWPNP(FORCE USB) to load the device after booting.
(*This option found in the start menu.)
gordo
I downloaded the latest driverpacks for lan and storage and slipstreamed them ok. I still cannot see my SATA hard disk. Would it be because the drive is encrypted? It comes this way as standard from Toshiba.

I can see my external USB drive now, however, it cannot find the network drives yet. I will go back and check for duplicate file names.

Thanks, Gordon

pcuser
QUOTE
I still cannot see my SATA hard disk. Would it be because the drive is encrypted?


nope, encryption means "any environment can automagically decrypt it, no matter what method is used..."
LittlBUGer
QUOTE(pcuser @ Oct 24 2007, 12:39 AM) *
QUOTE
I still cannot see my SATA hard disk. Would it be because the drive is encrypted?


nope, encryption means "any environment can automagically decrypt it, no matter what method is used..."


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I'll try to get your network drivers (for the Toshiba Tecra A9 notebook) added in the next version. Thanks.
hilander999
QUOTE(gordo @ Oct 24 2007, 01:25 AM) *
I downloaded the latest driverpacks for lan and storage and slipstreamed them ok. I still cannot see my SATA hard disk. Would it be because the drive is encrypted? It comes this way as standard from Toshiba.

What encryption are you using and did you enable "Full Disk Encryption"?
gordo
QUOTE(hilander999 @ Oct 25 2007, 06:11 AM) *
QUOTE(gordo @ Oct 24 2007, 01:25 AM) *
I downloaded the latest driverpacks for lan and storage and slipstreamed them ok. I still cannot see my SATA hard disk. Would it be because the drive is encrypted? It comes this way as standard from Toshiba.

What encryption are you using and did you enable "Full Disk Encryption"?


I did not enable any encryption - it just does it automatically.

hilander999
You have still not answered my questions.
No one can help you if you can't tell us what we need to answer your questions.


What Encryption program was used?

Has it been set to "FULL DISK ENCRYPTION"?
nStuff
I could be a bit off base here, but I've heard that "encrypting drives" may be just part of the drive itself. So he may not have had an option (that he was aware of) to choose.

I'd have to assume it is the whole drive and that potentially the "encryption's purpose" is to make what we want to happen here more difficult. Unfortunately that's about all I remember from "something" I read a while ago.

nStuff

pcuser
http://www.easyguard.toshiba.com/

QUOTE
Based on two-factor authentication and the government-standard 128-bit advanced encryption algorithm, HDLock™ uses a USB A-Key®, along with a personal password, to act as the key to the notebook. The hard drive remains encrypted and inaccessible at system boot up, hibernation or shut down to anyone but the owner of the unique A-Key® and password. HDLock™ is essential for businesses that want to protect that sensitive personal and corporate data that may be vulnerable to copy, removal or modification if a user's notebook is lost, stolen or left unattended.

This security system was designed specifically for select Portégé® and Tecra® notebooks and is available as an external accessory. An optional HDLock™ Management Server application for enterprise-hosted recovery and administration is also available.


Is this what you have?
gordo
QUOTE(pcuser @ Oct 29 2007, 05:03 AM) *
http://www.easyguard.toshiba.com/

QUOTE
Based on two-factor authentication and the government-standard 128-bit advanced encryption algorithm, HDLock™ uses a USB A-Key®, along with a personal password, to act as the key to the notebook. The hard drive remains encrypted and inaccessible at system boot up, hibernation or shut down to anyone but the owner of the unique A-Key® and password. HDLock™ is essential for businesses that want to protect that sensitive personal and corporate data that may be vulnerable to copy, removal or modification if a user's notebook is lost, stolen or left unattended.

This security system was designed specifically for select Portégé® and Tecra® notebooks and is available as an external accessory. An optional HDLock™ Management Server application for enterprise-hosted recovery and administration is also available.


Is this what you have?

I am not using HD Lock. Have not been able to find where this is located.
gordo
all is going well here, now. I got rid of the duplicate network driver files and it now finds the network card ok.

I changed the BIOS hdd mode from SATA to compatible mode and now the ghost program finds the external maxtor one touch disk.

thanks to all.
happyuser
clapping.gifThanks for the wonderful work!


Unfortunately, the drivers for my Attansic NIC are not in the pack.
I checked driverpacks.net; they were only added in October.
I have been using UBCD4Win for a couple of years and it
has saved me from reformatting the disk at least two times.
However, I never got to do any advanced operation, such
as adding drivers. Any hints would be appreciated!

Thanks and happy New Year,
rdsok
QUOTE (happyuser @ Dec 29 2007, 05:06 PM) *
Unfortunately, the drivers for my Attansic NIC are not in the pack.
I checked driverpacks.net; they were only added in October.


You are confusing the MassStorage drivers ( Driverpacks.net ) with the Network drivers which are not from them....

If your drivers you need aren't supported... add them into the [UBCD4Win]\drivers\Net folder after you create a folder to contain them. Look at the other drivers for an example of whats needed or read the info found in the {UBCD4Win]\help\[your language] folder for a more technical description of adding drivers.
LittlBUGer
QUOTE (happyuser @ Dec 29 2007, 04:06 PM) *
clapping.gifThanks for the wonderful work!


Unfortunately, the drivers for my Attansic NIC are not in the pack.
I checked driverpacks.net; they were only added in October.
I have been using UBCD4Win for a couple of years and it
has saved me from reformatting the disk at least two times.
However, I never got to do any advanced operation, such
as adding drivers. Any hints would be appreciated!

Thanks and happy New Year,


Also, if you don't mind, please give me a link to the working driver that you currently use, so I can include them in the next network drivers pack. smile.gif
happyuser
QUOTE (rdsok @ Dec 30 2007, 03:08 AM) *
QUOTE (happyuser @ Dec 29 2007, 05:06 PM) *
Unfortunately, the drivers for my Attansic NIC are not in the pack.
I checked driverpacks.net; they were only added in October.


You are confusing the MassStorage drivers ( Driverpacks.net ) with the Network drivers which are not from them....


I referred to the LAN drivers on http://www.driverpacks.net/DriverPacks/.
They may be not applicable to UBCD4Win; I am not familiar with the process
but I presumed there was some correlation between the two
(at least in the decision which drivers to include)?

QUOTE
If your drivers you need aren't supported... add them into the [UBCD4Win]\drivers\Net folder after you create a folder to contain them. Look at the other drivers for an example of whats needed or read the info found in the {UBCD4Win]\help\[your language] folder for a more technical description of adding drivers.


Thanks a lot for the link! I will try it within next few days.
happyuser
QUOTE (LittlBUGer @ Dec 30 2007, 09:40 PM) *
QUOTE (happyuser @ Dec 29 2007, 04:06 PM) *
clapping.gifThanks for the wonderful work!


Unfortunately, the drivers for my Attansic NIC are not in the pack.
I checked driverpacks.net; they were only added in October.
I have been using UBCD4Win for a couple of years and it
has saved me from reformatting the disk at least two times.
However, I never got to do any advanced operation, such
as adding drivers. Any hints would be appreciated!

Thanks and happy New Year,


Also, if you don't mind, please give me a link to the working driver that you currently use, so I can include them in the next network drivers pack. smile.gif


It is an onboard NIC used in ASUS P5K.
http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket...P5K/x86_x64.rar
jtdoom
QUOTE (happyuser @ Dec 31 2007, 12:00 AM) *
QUOTE (LittlBUGer @ Dec 30 2007, 09:40 PM) *
QUOTE (happyuser @ Dec 29 2007, 04:06 PM) *
clapping.gifThanks for the wonderful work!


Unfortunately, the drivers for my Attansic NIC are not in the pack.
I checked driverpacks.net; they were only added in October.
However, I never got to do any advanced operation, such
as adding drivers. Any hints would be appreciated!

Thanks and happy New Year,


Also, if you don't mind, please give me a link to the working driver that you currently use, so I can include them in the next network drivers pack. smile.gif


It is an onboard NIC used in ASUS P5K.
http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket...P5K/x86_x64.rar


Hi,
driverpacks LAN is not yet optimized.
In 2007, a handful of driverpack members did a lot of optimizing in sound and trimmed/pruned over 2000 duplicated sound PCI HWIDs out of the packs.
In LAN, the late 2007 packs had seen some optimizing, but the team was not yet using "spotlight utility INF-info-reader" when we did that.
January 2008, we have still not done that.
OverFlow, JakeLD (and his brother), and I will try get driverpacks LAN pack in shape.
Nvidia is a hurdle we need to take.
Sooner or later, we will need the imput from sysprep and PE users, and people in the team will have to make the decisions on what we keep using.

MY main goal is disc install.
What's that do to UBCD4WIN plugin?
I do know that sysprep users can help, because what they filter out are same things I have to try filter out for PE users.
And , I believe (correct me if I am wrong.. PLEASE) what needs to get worked around for for PE/UBCD4WIN, helps Sysprep users too.
Bashrat, debugger, Joshua, JakeLD, and I can probably beat the riddles I see in Nvidia.
I alone cannot.

jtdoom
a not so short short guide to add a driver to LAN.
1. un7zip LAN pack
2. look at the INI, and read the exception handling written there.
3. open the INF file in the driver you want to add, and check version, and HWIDS.

4. look (txt search) for competing HWIDS in existing pack.

4.1 you HWID was not supported, and you can then add the driver.
BUT; if it exists and driverpack did NOT work for you, you know the INF file that bust you.. write down (maybe paste the info, and make a post at driverpacks net)..
4. 1.a
rename/disable the competing INF (rename to IN2), or edit the inf (info for advanced users.. an 100 percent duplicate overlap can exist if it is an upgrade and wil usually work, but some upgraded drivers do not work on older driver HWIDS even when they still list them..)
4.1.b
your driver fix tests bad?
then replace with your old driver instead of newer, an report to driverpacks.
4.1. c
your driver addition/upgrade/replacement was succesful.
report with details of what you had to do.

5
your report will help others
LittlBUGer
Please unpin this topic and pin the newer one here: http://www.ubcd4win.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=9889

Thanks. smile.gif
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