UHA download; older versions before 15 nov require the slightly larger. Created by Al Gilhousen. Currently 98 different network card drivers all included, all on the single 1. This is for the version 2. Created by Jim Webster.
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Created by Angelo Sarto. Most people use this bootdisk for “Ghosting” PC’s over a network connection. Created by Ken Wygant. Created by Aleksandr A.
Universal TCP/IP Network Boot Disk
Created by Patrick Fortin-Ducharme. UK driver works best for both the and pentium versions of the Unisys box but the UK version sometimes works in situations that the UK does not the chips are marked uk or ethdrlink Created by Craig Setera. BAT on the bootdisk, that is executed during boot and holds the statement. Created by Pedro Rodrigues.
Some network cards uunfortunately have the same name or very similar names, yet use a totally different driver. UDMA will test its functionality, and will not load, if it doesn’t find compatible hardware. Created by Shane Brooks. Created by Jim Webster. However there is some less popular PCI cards on the disk which aren’t autodetected. This driver only seems to work on some boards, and not others???
Created by Art Heimsoth. You’ll find many other network cards will work too, providing they are based on the same chipset as one of the included drivers.
EXE to the disk and etherlnik it. Created by Victor Grund, updated using info from Jeff Bogari. Created by Mirando K. Updated by Eric Gentry. This is for the version 2.
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It was tested with an IO address of and interrupt Created by John Ole Gronmo. While all these drivers should work, I don’t have access to every card myself for testing. Created by Geoffrey Gardner. Created by Jay Davis. Created by Federico Lucifredi. Created by Wes Brewer Megahertz drivers with the new point ethrlink v2.
Supported DOS Network Cards/Chipsets
Unfortunately, the test causes some very few main boards to hang, so we can’t load it etheflink. It’s designed for use in Microsoft networking environments, on either peer-to-peer or domain based LANs. Due to limited available memory, upon start up you have to select, if you additionally want to access local NTFS drives for the image file locationor want to find the image files on the Windows Network.
Then upon booting the disk, manually select which driver oci load.