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Ghost Image to Mapped Drive

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Using Ghost 2003 in Win. XP Home. Following Ghost's instructions step by step to backup drive image to mapped drive on LAN computer using Ghost Wizard. When operation is ready to boot to DOS, I get this error message: ". . . Ghost task requires access to network, no network driver specified. Specify a network driver." The instructions do not say anything about this; it says "if mapped drive is working correctly in Windows (it is!!), nothing more to do than the Wizard creates." I couldn't get it to work so, I considered going ahead and entering a network driver, but I have an on-board NIC not shown in the network drivers list. I cannot get by the error message. Where do I go from here? Any help appreciated.

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