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Steps of Removing NIC Drivers

2016/05/13 13:02

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We take removing "NVIDIA nForce Networking Controller" and "3Com 3C2000-t Gigabit Adapter" NIC driver as an example.

1) On the CCBoot server, enable super client for a PC (such as PC101).

2) Diskless boot PC101.

3) Run the "CCBootClient" program.

4) In the "CCBootClient" dialog box, click the "NIC PnP" button (Figure 1-1).


Figure 1-1

5) In the pop up "CCBootPnP" dialog box, click the "Install Known NIC" button (Figure 1-2).

Install Known NIC

Figure 1-2

6) In the pop up "NIC Drivers" dialog box, uncheck the check boxes of the NIC you want to remove, and then click the "OK" button (Figure 1-3).

Remove NIC from image

Figure 1-3

7) Shutdown PC101.

8) On the CCBoot server, disable supper client.


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