Back to top #6 aaardvark aaardvark Members 1 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:19 AM Posted 29 June 2008 - 07:18 AM Replacing the tcpip.sys worked for me.Thanks for the tip, that If they don't supply them, then that's when Google comes in. When you answer "no," you'll be taken to a command prompt. Use MS-DOS instead of PC-DOS. http://ibuildsystem.com/unable-to/unable-to-start-tcp-ip-cannot-find-dhcp-server-ghost.php
A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Define a superscope and add the new scope and the old scope (that is, the scope that corresponds to the primary or first IP address assigned to the DHCP server on Back to top #5 ricroz ricroz Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:19 PM Posted 11 December 2007 - 04:20 PM Replacing the tcpip.sys worked for me. The DHCP Relay Agent service is running on the same computer as the DHCP service.
Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Asking for DOS drivers for your NIC means you know stuff now Anyway, you will need to confirm what network card you have. Now you can run the cacls command to give yourself full control rights to the file:cacls C:\Windows\System32\en-US\winload.exe.mui /G geek:FNote that my username is geek, so you will substitute your username there.this Thank you for your feedback!
Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Try and start the service manually if that doesn't work then you may have to re-install Windows onto your laptop. Is there a firmware update? Create a SymAccount now!' How to troubleshoot the "Error 19913: Unable to start TCP/IP" error message TECH109985 October 30th, 2013 http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH109985 Support / How to troubleshoot the "Error 19913: Unable to
Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Network & Sharing » User Name Remember Me? Register now! The easiest way is to use GhostCast Server - which is included on your Ghost Corp CD. Already have an account?
Other causes and solutions This problem sometimes happens when mapping a drive to a different server. Back to top #12 zarraza zarraza Members 22 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:19 PM Posted 10 March 2010 - 03:47 PM REALLY REINSTALLING TCP/IPComplete destruction and restoration of dead TCP/IP stackRecovery CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Feb 13, 2008 #15 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 I'm posting you my old autoexec.bat and config.sys (both in txt format) After reading through them myself, I thought what was I thinking,
Still same limited connectivity. have a peek at these guys Jun 21, 2007 How to use ghost parameters Jan 18, 2004 Used norton ghost to clone hdd - now internet does not work Dec 15, 2008 Ghost images getting bigger? I am trying to re-image the HD of a SuperMicro PDSBM-LN2+ motherboard. Why does Ghost create spanned images of my original ghost image?
If you need more info, just ask. ---EDIT--- If we assign a static IP for the wired windows machine, XP thinks that it's connected (limited or no connectivity disappears, and it It is not usual for the TCP/IP service to fail. Wipe the HD clean on the SuperMicro and now I want to push the image back. check over here Tcp/ip Protocol Driver Service Failed To Start Started by laz , Mar 14 2007 04:16 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 28 replies to
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), click Uninstall, and then click Yes. Not sure what the issue could be here, need more time to investigate. For example I create a 2gb image called A.
I discovered this method after all other solutions failed.Related error messages:"TCP/IP network transport is not installed" error message from active syncTCP/IP driver missing from devmgmt.msc showing hidden devicesipconfig produces immediate failure At the command prompt, type net start dhcpserver , and then press ENTER. In my case, Windows noticed I'd replaced it (from my working machine) and wanted to restore it, and asked for the XP SP2 CD. this content This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.
I discovered this method after all other solutions failed.Related error messages:"TCP/IP network transport is not installed" error message from active syncTCP/IP driver missing from devmgmt.msc showing hidden devicesipconfig produces immediate failure See the document Adding or modifying NIC templates in the Ghost Boot Wizard for more information about updating NIC templates. 2. Firewall is disabled so can anyone tell what I am doing wrong? Locate the [MS_TCPIP.PrimaryInstall] section. 13.
Update the BIOS on your client computers to the latest version offered by the manufacturer. 9. Locate the [MS_TCPIP.PrimaryInstall] section. 13. System Restore Verify that all your Network Services are Started from Control Panel and its Dependencies. Top Of Page The DHCP console incorrectly reports lease expirations When the DHCP console displays the lease expiration time for reserved clients for a scope, it indicates one of the following:
Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. What do I do? Feb 6, 2008 #14 tuant TS Enthusiast Topic Starter Posts: 200 Thanks for everyone's help. A couple issues I came across along the way was that ghost cast did not work when I used the lasted dos driver from the manufacture.
My System Specs OS Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) vaiolady View Public Profile Find More Posts by vaiolady 15 Nov 2011 #6 Corazon Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit 1,785 posts If you use the ghost server you simple start up a server session - select which image you want to send out, you can tell it how many clients to expect Back to top #13 Dakwolf Dakwolf Members 1 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:19 PM Posted 02 June 2010 - 06:16 PM Replacing the tcpip.sys worked for me.this works on a vista The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
If you can't ping the router, there could be default gateway settings on the network card that are left over from the PPPoE connection, e.g. 18.104.22.168 or some such.