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10 Oct 2007
Using Winbuilder 072a to build LiveXP and XP+SP2 to build from

I have been trying to build a LiveXP CD which installed networking.
At first I selected the autostart option under PENetwork.
When I booted from the CD networking was started but my network card appeared to be installed twice
(the name of the card appeared once and then falshed up very briefly a second time)
PE Network Manager did not list any network cards
I could not then access the network and Device Manager showed the following error for the network card
- Windows cannot load the device driver for the hardware because a previous nistance of the driver is still in memory.

After a lot of frustration I have just tried the following.
Build LiveXP but with the autostart option for PENetwork not selected.
Include in the build the drivers for the network card by providing a path in the 'Add drivers from this directory' textbox
Create a CD from the ISO file.
Boot from the CD
When boot has finished open a command prompt
Enter the following command 'startnet -l -c p -i ms_tcpip -pnp'
Networking then starts without any problems and the network is visible
Running PE Network Manager from the desktop icon now displays the expected network info, i.e. ip addresses, and also showed the correct netwrok card.

Note: startnet is in the System32 folder of the build. Entering 'startnet' at the command prompt gives a list of possible options. Other options you might need are -wg to chage the workgroup and -cn to change the computer name.

Looks like PE Network Manager has a problem but at least I have finally found a workround!
Hopefully Holger will rectify the problem
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