Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. I’ve repeated the ghost-load drivers-failprocess twice with the same results – it crashes on loading the 3cb drivers. All of the above are sound ideas but it seems to me that if you get the same error after removing NIC and driver that you may have some leftovers in the registry. Try using Regclean a Microsoft download or do a Regedit search for 3cb. The system willredetect and re-install the correct driver components for this machine upon next startup. Hence, the drive reported error when trying to access the phantom 20MB.
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It seemed to run fine as I loaded drivers and went through several reboots. Then, suddenly, I’m loading the 3cb drivers for the 3cb NIC, and I get a blue screensaying that it can’t write to C: The problem is that Ghost writes the last sectors of the disk differently than Windows can read.
Win98 – Phantom Bad Sectors. It will update your software.
I beleive there’s nothing physically wrong with the hard drive. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
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The system willredetect and 3c9005b the correct driver components for this machine upon next startup. I believe the only thing you need is disk 1 to load the drivers. Reset Post Submit Post. On reboot,it comes up and says that there may be a bad sector on C and wants to run scandisk.
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This conversation is currently closed to new comments. Just load the default drivers. Everything worked great after that. Upon startup, press F8 to go into the Windows 98 startup menu.
Select and start Windows in safe mode. Install any other drivers that w98 cannot determine. Clear the entry out of the device manger and make sure your network settings are empty and reboot.
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Make sure you run scandisk in windows first though. Try using Regclean a Microsoft download or do a Regedit search for 3cb. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates.
The system should detect the card and a regular PCI ethernet card. You should be able to download the newer version as long as you have your Ghost disk and the serial number.
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Which one would you choose for a desktop? All of the above are sound ideas but it seems to me that if you get the same error after removing NIC and driver that you may have some leftovers in the registry.
You did not mention what version of Ghost you are using. Hence, the drive reported error when trying to access the phantom 20MB. Although I removed the drivers, and even the NIC, it still gives me the error.
When you ghost a machine, you’re ghosting every little detail that was associated with the original machine, including the motherboard resources, devices, etc