C: TEMP RequiredFiles SystemFiles) • Click ‘Start’ then ‘Yes’ • • Once complete, click ‘OK’ • Browse to the extracted files and send the ‘NetBoot’ folder to your USB drive (Right Click -> Send To -> USB Drive) • • Browse to the extracted files and send the contents of the ‘SystemFiles’ folder to your USB drive (Right Click -> Send To -> USB Drive) • • Locate your licenced copy of the DOS GHOST.EXE file and save it to the Netboot folder (e.g. H: Netboot) • The USB drive is now bootable and has the required files.
• All I get is 'this setting is run by your adminin strator' and no ability to access admin settings. Windows have still not given me a solution. • Hi - I know this is an older post but I'm wondering if this will still be valid today? I am new and not sure where to put this, but this is specific to an image gallery on a single page, not all. • Rob Still does it.
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