Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem pbrennan (IS/IT--Management) (OP) 1 May 02 20:52 I'm also need the DOS drivers for the xircom rbem56g-100 NIC, I am trying to ghost a latitude CPtC laptop.Please, can someone post a URL.Many thanks. RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem journeyman (Programmer) 3 May 02 11:10 There's a couple of challenges ahead for you. Finding the driver for DOS is the easiest. You can find them at the Intel support web site: http://support.intel.com/support/network/xc/adapter/cbem/software.htmEither choose all OS or DOS. The all OS's version buries the cbendis.exe down under MSLANMAN but it's there and it works .... MOST OF THE TIME.The times it doesn't work is running Ghost under MS-DOS. It actually works with PC-DOS (ghost's favorite) but locks up in Ghost after only a few seconds. We've reproduced the problem on lots of different laptop models, Dell and IBM's both. Nothing we did to base addresses or IRQ's worked; we'd no mouse.com drivers loading, very very basic DOS but the problem remained.I've seen this problem posting in various places here at Tek-tips and at other forums. Your problem is common. I'll be posting this thread in misc forums and thread here just to share the wealth ---- DONT USE CBENDIS.EXE under MS-DOS 7 (if you've got 6.22, who knows...). CBENDIS.EXE network driver works fine under PC-DOS. Enjoy!Steve RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem fouad (TechnicalUser) 26 May 02 08:44 i search for drivers for my realPort CardBus Ethernet 10/100+Modem 56 and i want to know how can i install it???thanks RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem bsimser (Programmer) 20 Dec 02 06:38 I just successfully setup Ghost 2002 with a Dell Cpt laptop. Here's the instructions that should work for you.1. Download the Xircom drivers from here:http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df/Detail_Desc.asp?agr=N&ProductID=847&DwnldID=32522. Extract them to your hard drive (C:\Xircom)3. Run Norton boot wizard to create a boot floppy4. You'll need to define a new card. Click Add to add a new card to the list.5. Choose NDIS2 driver6. Click on Browse and select the XCEMNDIS.EXE file from the C:\Xircom\Xem_2.70-1\MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ETHERNET\XIRCOM folder7. Name the driver XIRCOM$8. Back at the boot wizard give the driver name in the list something signifigant (like Xircom REM56G-100)9. Continue the boot wizard to create the floppy.10. Insert into laptop and you're good to go.Hope that helps. RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem woosel (MIS) 26 Dec 02 13:54 http://hoobear.com/bootdisk.htmI just tested this bootdisk in both a latitude and inspiron notebook and it worked fine with both the CBEM56G-100 and RBEM56G-100 cards. I found the link at bootdisk.com - a great site! RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem afie (TechnicalUser) 17 Apr 03 05:58 I tried all these tips, but i receive the following error:a card was not detected in the selected slotanyone an idee? RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem dee16 (TechnicalUser) 23 Jul 03 18:51 Hi,I followed your instructions and it worked for a Xircom REM56G-100.Thanks for the info! RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem TecGuy (MIS) 13 Aug 03 16:30 Greetings,,I followed all these steps and I get the same message.Memory Address D0000 A card was not detected in the selected slot.Anyone know how to fix this? RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem StaticActs (IS/IT--Management) 27 Aug 03 18:46 I'm also having the same problem with the card not being detected in the slot...any ideas anyone?Thanks... RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem majorwoody (MIS) 21 Sep 03 23:14 I also followed bsimser's instructions and got the same error SO I tried a different driver and it worked! Use the CBENDIS.EXE that comes with the XBEM_314 driver but follow the rest of the directions exactly and you will not be disappointed. RE: Xircom RBEM56G ghost problem discobug (TechnicalUser) 8 Jan 04 00:30 i had the same problem where it would give a memory address of C1000 and error "A card was not detected in the selected slot" ... you can fix this by going into the bios and changing the card bus setting from auto-detect to 16bit .... now works fine.