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2 Nov 2007
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Version 10 Networking
How can I make the networking work on a Dell Lattitude D620 notebook? After I made the iso and booted, I ran PENetCfg but it gives an error "Unable to start network support"
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17 Oct 2007
Why when I try to make a new NativeEx it gives me the following veryify error and what can I do to resolve this?

Generated by psc program 'WBVerify' version 2.0.0
Date: 2007-Oct-17 10:15:04

[Counts]
Missing=0
Obsolete=0
Errors=1
Warnings=0

Errors:
"FBWF needed Files missing: fbwf.sys, fbwflib.dll"

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21 Sep 2007
I've tried making all the different projects, LiveXP, BartPECore and nativeEx_barebone. I can get a connection to the internet when it runs in qEmu, but when I try to run it on a Dell Laptop D620, it fails to connect and gives "No network cards detected" (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/hammer.gif) The Dell works OK with its own OS and even worked when I built VistaPE for it. But I can't make it work for the XP projects.

For the nativeEx_barebone project, which I minimized as much as I thought I should, I added the script ANetDrv.script which then put the driver I wanted into the System32\Drivers folder and when I ran a live CD on the laptop, and look for this driver I find it - b57p32.sys - but it fails to connect to the nic. I even took the driver the laptop normally uses and copied it directly over to the target system32\driver folder and made a new iso, but it still wouldn't work. I've searched the forums and saw a few having this kind of problem, but never found any solution to help me.

I would sure like to know what I could do to make this part of it work. I'm very new (IMG:http://www.boot-land.net/forums/style_emoticons/default/alien.gif) at this, but I'm learning. So if you could help by explaining in detail, I would appreciate it. I also really appreciate your site.

I'm including the last log I had. Also I'm using ver 072 of wb.
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16 Sep 2007
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PicoXP- BSOD
After successful building of VistaPE, I wanted to try the eariler PicoXP. It successfully builds but gives a BSOD - "STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error} I tried this on my desktop as well as my notebook with the same results. How can I fix this to run? I've included my log.
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