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Boot Land _ Suggestions and Requests _ xp to live cd diff.

Posted by: sokolofskid Oct 8 2007, 12:23 AM

Ok, when I install xp on my pc i'm not able to go on the internet without the driver but if i put in a livecd i'm able to. Why is that and is there a program out there where it will automaticlly do the same thing for any kind of hardware I have? I hope you can understand that.

Posted by: DaemonForce Oct 8 2007, 05:38 AM

QUOTE (sokolofskid @ Oct 7 2007, 05:23 PM) *
Ok, when I install xp on my pc i'm not able to go on the internet without the driver but if i put in a livecd i'm able to. Why is that and is there a program out there where it will automaticlly do the same thing for any kind of hardware I have? I hope you can understand that.

Uhmm......unsure.gif
PENetCfg?
Netcfg?
Factory?
There's a lot of area to cover. huh.gif

Posted by: Nuno Brito Oct 8 2007, 12:23 PM

Have you already tried out http://driverpacks.net? huh.gif


Peter has also made available a tool to get the network drivers that work on your hardware, look on the nativeEx subforum. smile.gif

Posted by: psc Oct 8 2007, 12:51 PM

QUOTE (Nuno Brito @ Oct 8 2007, 02:23 PM) *
Have you already tried out http://driverpacks.net? huh.gif


Peter has also made available a tool to get the network drivers that work on your hardware, look on the nativeEx subforum. smile.gif


Maybe Nuno brought you to read a lot of useful posts, but the tool he was thinking of, is not there! tongue.gif

You find it in the subforum 'Submit Your Program' and it is entitled 'myNIC'

Good luck!

Peter

Posted by: MedEvil Oct 9 2007, 05:41 PM

QUOTE (sokolofskid @ Oct 8 2007, 02:23 AM) *
Ok, when I install xp on my pc i'm not able to go on the internet without the driver but if i put in a livecd i'm able to. Why is that and is there a program out there where it will automaticlly do the same thing for any kind of hardware I have? I hope you can understand that.

There is no magic, the LiveCD simply contains a bunch/ alot of drivers, that's it.
With some tools like nLite you can add additional drivers to your XP installationCD too.
And if you put all the drivers for all your hardware into your InstallCD then XP will also be able to connect to the web and use all hardware right from the start.

cheers.gif

Posted by: MedEvil Oct 9 2007, 05:49 PM

QUOTE (DaemonForce @ Oct 8 2007, 07:38 AM) *
Uhmm......unsure.gif
PENetCfg?
Netcfg?
Factory?
There's a lot of area to cover. huh.gif

DaemonForce, could you please eighter post replys that are useful to the one asking, or refrain from replying!

cheers.gif

Posted by: sokolofskid Oct 10 2007, 12:43 AM

QUOTE (MedEvil @ Oct 9 2007, 12:49 PM) *
DaemonForce, could you please eighter post replys that are useful to the one asking, or refrain from replying!

cheers.gif


Thanks thumbup.gif

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