I've been doing a bunch of checking as well and looking at quite a number of .inf files and doing some experimenting of my own. First burn the iso file to CD/DVD. 2. Is it because I couldn't locate the 32 bit version of the Wan Miniport, or do I need to try some other drivers? I have always been curious about the second step "click on the time and adjust zone" I have never seen that and always wondered if it was because I'm using a http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-get-network-adapters-symantec.html
I'm in Central Time. It worked fine once you clued me in. Message Edited by jokro on 12-29-2009 02:38 PMMessage Edited by jokro on 12-29-2009 02:41 PM Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T duo core (U9400), 4 Gb, Ghost 15, Norton 360, Netgear Stora, devolo I am not sure about Ghost 15, but I know this can be done with Symantec System Recovery.
Best regards, IronHammer Me Too0 Last Comment Replies IronHammer Visitor2 Reg: 22-Apr-2010 Posts: 2 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: 'Could not get network adapter' - Symantec Recovery Disk Posted: 22-Apr-2010 It doesn't work in Windows recovery environments. Basically it adds/modifies drivers that you need to access different network adapters and devices. I know Brian has this working with Windows 7 but I've got a hunch here that the WINPE environment may be having trouble with the Windows 7 32 bit drivers.
The WAN miniport driver is probably not required but it may be. However, once it was finished and the VM was rebooted I had a black screen with a flasing curser and nothing else.Have to do some more research and see what else There's something about the W520 that is preventing the SRD from finding the Intel NIC. It took me a while to find one of your posts, it's clearly the best instructions.
We should be able to work something out so that it can be run manually from the recovery environment. How about downloading a newer version of SRD from Symantec? I'm sure your CD is the same as mine. This has two implications: 1.
Test laptop with W7 Home Premium 64 bit * NIS Vers. 184.108.40.206 jokro Contributor4 Reg: 26-Oct-2009 Posts: 18 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 2 Kudos0 Re: Ghost 15 custom Recovery Disk reports "could This is driving me crazy and i've spent half the day working on it. A custom disk doesn't work on my XP system either because I also need to add a specific driver. That would be Ghostly.
There is no newer SRD than the one than I am using. I have spent 2 days trying different combinations, searching the web for solutions, etc after spending more than an hour on the phone with Norton tech support. EM7455 WWANT460s, BIOS 1.16, WQHD display, 20GB RAM, I7-6600U, Samsung PM961 1TB PCIe-NVMe SSD, EM7455 WWAN 0 Kudos Reply PeterTWJ Guru Posts: 1,295 Registered: 05-29-2010 Location: Singapore Message 4 of 8 Acer Aspire Timeline 3810T duo core (U9400), 4 Gb, Ghost 15, Norton 360, Netgear Stora, devolo Homeplug (dLan), Sitecom (wireless) router + DHCP AllenM Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 14-Dec-2008 Posts: 10,679
I managed to successfully add a driver for a Broadcom B57 nic for use on a Dell Optiplex GX 620. http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-open-file-recovery-dat.html Allen Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 220.127.116.11* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari. We planned on storing the disk on a single USB-connected hard drive. Urgent Customer Issues If you are experiencing an issue that needs urgent assistance please visit our customer support area: Chat with Norton Support @NortonSupport on Twitter Who's online There are currently
Anyone?? 0 Kudos Reply If you have a 64bit Version Markus_Koestler Moderator Trusted Advisor 11-04-2011 01:03 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to I've been creating and testing SRDs on Windows 7 exclusively. 0 Kudos Reply Yes, I believe you should be criley Moderator Employee Accredited 06-25-2015 10:48 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Provide feedback on this article Request Assistance Print Article Subscribe to this Article Manage your Subscriptions Search Again Situation BESR2010's SymantecRecovery Disk (SRD)is based on Windows 2008 32-bit and thus requires http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-get-network-adapters-ghost-15.html The other is the Wan Miniport (IKEv2), of which it is looking for a 32 bit version and I can't seem to find one.
PeterW520 (4284-A99) Does someone’s post help you? I know it's not very straght forward, but ghost is compatible with XP as well and I also need to use Vista 32bit drivers. I've gone around to each of our computers and used the Customize Recovery Disk option to add their drivers.
Creating a custom recovery cd with drivers. Thanks Allen Windows 7 Ultimate SP 1, 64 bit, 32 GB * NIS Vers. 18.104.22.168* Ghost 15 * IE 9, Firefox, Safari. You will need to browse to the .inf file which represents the driver information database file for your network adapter. I will post my results and see if it works better than the P2V I tried.Thanks,JohnnyF 0 Kudos Reply Re: Could not get network adaptor. - error JohnnyF Level 3 12-02-2008
See the solution Topic options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page harrisb Guru Posts: I would recommend selecting this along with creating the Custom CD. The SRD uses WinPE32 for the recovery environment so the driver for the card should be in the OS. http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-load-the-java-virtual-machine-symantec.html To get a compatible driver, we went to HP's website in search of a Vista 32-bit NIC driver for this PC, but none was listed because HPnever shipped this PC with
I booted from the standard Ghost 15 CD and the external HD wasn't seen. My MB has the 8112L chip but when I go to check nic speed it shows the RTL8169family ethernet NIC and then proceeds to say it can't adjust the speed because