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but how can i put it back the way it was. because i have a small gateway laptop and it's cdrom broke. So, i was thinking there is anyway i could install from harddrive. The good thing was that i have a 100 zip drive which will help me do it under my concern.
i see what you both talking about.
But i had tried. But it didn't workout.
The problem was that i have a pcmcia ethenet card. this card oesn't have a specific driver for itself. but it use "pcnet_cs" which i do have on my driver disc. Everytime, after i load the driver the light on the ethenet card comes on which shows that i does work. but the problem was that can i go to the step where i can specify my local IP address?? Also, which option do i use? NFS, HTTP or FTP??
Could anyone go step by step?? or just a more specify guide??