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Tripredacus

JMicron NDIS drivers?

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I am working on a project that required me to Ghost a hard drive. We stopped using Ghost on hardware over a year ago, so our Ghost boot keys do not have drivers for newer hardware. I resolved my Ghosting issue by finding an old motherboard that worked, so this is not a great need. However this topic is about a JMicron NIC, which is in the Clevo W150HNQ notebook. First I never heard of a JMicron NIC but that is besides the point. Using the driver downloaded from Clevo's FTP site, it did include an NDIS2 folder, which was what I used to adapt into the Ghost USB key. The unfortunate thing is that the connection speed was unacceptable!

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So I'm posting this here in case anyone ever runs into this but I had a question. Is the link speed determined by the driver (.dos) file or can it be set by some other means, such as the protocol or system.ini?

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Using the Default PROTOCOL.INI (no entries)? The README.TXT contains a bit of info... no info on defaults, however. SYSTEM.INI is for a running Win9x Win3x.

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