You can even try to "kill" your pagefile before taking the image. > > Basically I just need to locate a solution and Symantec's > > website was not to helpful Again it times out. By tosca925 in forum BSF Replies: 55 Last Post: 29th November 2006, 10:07 AM « Tips for beginners | WDS Deployment Error » Ghostcast session keeps timing out ??? Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests) Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post useful reference
Send PM 11th April 2008,11:50 AM #14 jamin100 Join Date Feb 2008 Location Birmingham Posts 1,204 Thank Post 179 Thanked 137 Times in 100 Posts Rep Power 43 Yeh, I've Unicast starts and moves fast but about 1/3 of the way through it bombs too. Symantec #3 Bunch, May 24, 2002 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... But i imaged some 30 laptops about 3 weeks ago with sata drives and had no problems with those. https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH110399.html
They are reporting that the session has timed out. Read the Ghost manual. Last edited by jamin100; 11th April 2008 at 09:11 AM. rim, Aug 23, 2003 #3 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
Try these resources. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Everything goes fine until the file copy procedure actually commences. Solution Check the document 'How to resolve ghostCast error 19922' available at http://service1.symantec.com/support/on-technology.nsf/docid/2008110708144460?Open&seg=ent.
They connect to the session fine for a few minutes copy 400-500MB of data across then suddenly time out. This problem has been seen when using the wrong DOS drivers for the network interface card (NIC), such as drivers that are for a different model of NIC. Reduce the network throughput for each session to avoid timeout issues causing the server to reset the connection. http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/how-resolve-ghost-cast-error-19922 I have set the DOS template up on the GhostCast server and updated the Network Boot Disks with the drivers I found on the website.
Things I have tried: 1.) Truncated the spanned image file name so that none of the names are longer than six characters. 2.) Tried gathering using a Task and a virtual in Technical; Hi guys, Right, I have 30 new PC's (all identical) that i have dotted around the school which now need ... Hmmm ... Thank you for your feedback!
Hello and welcome to PC Review. this contact form Let chkdsk run and fix any bad sectors. I use multicast for this session. It shows you the actual file size but doesn't store it in the .gho file. --Richard.
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So i have got 3 machines in 1 classroom all connected to the network via the same patch panel and switch. The Image is stored on the server hard drive and not a USB drive attached to the server. try forcing the card to 100Mb/Full and see if you can configure the DOS drivers to the same ... this page Boot into a ghost boot disk.
I've tried both unicast and multicast. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! The only thing different about these desktops is that they have SATA drives.
Connection timed out with Ghost code 19945" while creating an image file How to troubleshoot a Ghost Network Boot Disk How to determine your version of Ghost Legacy ID 1999072808053625 Terms To resolve the problem, remove all NICs but one before running Ghost Multicast Server. That is, when GhostCast Server starts to read from the next file of the set of image files. Supported Products A-Z Get support for your product, with downloads, knowledge base articles, documentation, and more.
Click Start > Run. I start a ghost cast session on all 3 machines and deploy the image. Supported Products A-Z Get support for your product, with downloads, knowledge base articles, documentation, and more. Get More Info In PCDOS we need to exit the ghost client and it will exit to a DOS prompt) In the DOS prompt, type "chkdsk c: /f" where c: is your drive that
Seems pretty cool. for DOS compatibility, see if you can find an older driver. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Obtain the correct DOS drivers from the NIC manufacturer, update Ghost to use the new drivers, and then create a new boot floppy disk that uses the new drivers.
You may have to get the driver from the vendor of the NIC. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Hardware > Storage Devices > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Links Search Solution 4: Make sure that multicasting and IGMP are enabled on routers and switches and nothing is blocking our ports (ie AntiVirus or Firewalls). rim Guest "Rod Speed" >When I go to load the images on to the other 10 PC's it gets to about >80% completion and tells me"Connection reset by server with Ghostcode
I will check Broadcom again and try to verify. Send PM 10th April 2008,04:48 PM #2 linkazoid Join Date May 2007 Location London Posts 829 Thank Post 205 Thanked 131 Times in 109 Posts Rep Power 100 I'm having This problem has been seen when the client computer has more than one NIC. I have tried the machines in different network sockets ..
We recommend that you quite Ghost and correct the problem by rebooting NT adn running CHKDSK. If you can, try installing a different NIC in the machine and see if you can Ghost from a different card, this will tell you if it is the card/driver. Did you tried to save your image using the higher compression level ? (Assuming a Windows system) If you need to save space from your disk image, look after Windows Service GhostCode 19922".
It can also be caused by bad sectors either on the hard drive or in the image Solution There are multiple resolutions that have been proven to work when receiving this Jan 18, 2007 Loading... It seems to keep failing at the same point. It would be nice to try and push 100 MB Full on the DOS drivers.