error message ghost 8.2: Abort 19913, unable to start TCP/IP
I have a problem with the ghost 184.108.40.2067
My configuration is:
Windows 2003 server with DHCP, Domain controller, Wins, ghost 8.2,RIS,DNS. Every thing seems to work correctly, with a client running windows xp, I?ve got an ip from dhcp, can join domain etc...
I follow, step by step, Microsoft and Symantec guide to install correctly ris and ghost cast.
When I boot from network, just before dhcp give an ip, the network chipset is detected as RTL8139(x)/8130/810X;
The ris work fine, I can boot from network and launch a windows xp installation.
I installed all application I need on my Nec ml4 computer and would like to make a ghost image to deploy it on many post. I create with the boot wizard a image with the appropriate setting, called rtl8139, (ris Microsoft boot, selected RTL 8139 cards, using pc dos, let dhcp give an ip etc..)
I launched ghostcast server and choose create a image. I boot from the client, the dhcp give it an ip, the ris ask me a user that has the correct right (I used domain admin) and then the ris menu appears. I choose rtl8139 and then the client boot and ghost is launched. At this point whatever I chooses under ghost cast (uni/multi diffusion ) I've got always the same error
Abort 19913, unable to start TCP/IP
Can't find DHCP server
Possible network setup problem.
I try several solutions:
Adding several other driver from realtek/nec/gigabyte to the boot wizard
Trying some other drivers on the boot wizard (like pxe packet drivers)
The hardware configuration of the client is:
Powermate Nec ml4 :
motherboard gigabyte ga8siml
network chipset : realtek 8139
Both client/server are on the same hub (nothing else on the LAN can troubles them). i'm still on test so i m not on our LAN.
If I try to make a ghost image with a different computer (I tested with a powermat DT wich have a 3com network controller) it s working fine.
some other tips:
-the computer is present in the Active Directory after i pass the ris menu
-the computer is present in the dhcp (juste something strange, i have a ip but no hostname)
I search a lot with my friend Google and into this forum, but I didn't t find any issue, I suppose there is a sort of conflict between the ip of the dhcp give at the boot and the ip that ghostcast client try to get...
If someone has any idea, I take them (or something that could exorcisme me ;) )
(I hope my English is not so awful)