Invalid Decimal Digit in Protocol. Can you believe that? I got the dos Ndis32 driver for the card, but the config file protocol. On top of everything else Symantec is not much help. Brian, the previous post should fix your problem but here are some more documents for future reference: Since the Broadcom card wasn’t listed I tried adding it. Brian, Here is a protocol.
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So I got sick and tired of being burned brladcom stuff of this nature and got myself another license for Norton Ghost.
This time Western Digital was to blame as my barely 14 month old drive went belly up big time.
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I want to connect to my host machine via a peer to peer connection. The thing that is bothering me is I shouldnt have to worry about this stuff. Can you believe that? Brian, Here is a protocol. First, I am using the latest version of Ghost Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. The other computer that I backup with Ghost to my host computer never has any issues.
My computer recently crashed. If there is something I missed, let me know. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Brian, This Article should fix your problem: No, not XP crash. My host system is not up at this moment and won’t be until later on so I won’t be able to get the rest of the errors that were coming up. This is just a reference: I got the dos Ndis32 driver for the card, but the config file protocol.
Since the Broadcom card wasn’t listed I tried adding it.
Broadcom 440x 10/100 driver for use with Ghost needed
On top of everything else Symantec is not much help. I think there was a couple additional errors in addition to “PROE: It worked very well!!! Short of this problem all together has anyone from past experience had difficulty configuring broadcok dos driver for a Broadcom card?
I found the article you made mention of too, but the solution offered in that article did not help.
This is the latest version. As far as my HP Evo D, it is not a laptop.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search gyost by suggesting possible matches as you type. Assuming you got a card that Ghost has the configuration for, you should be good to go.
A couple things need mentioning. Brian, the previous post should fix your problem but here are some more documents for future reference: