How do I load the packet driver manually? I have been running autoxec.bat via 
reboot to load the packet driver.

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On Mar 19, 2011, at 3:09 PM, "Willi Wasser" <wiw...@web.de> wrote:

> 
> If NTOOL tells you "bootp/dhcp failed" it means exactly what it says. But 
> this can have two different reasons. Either your packet driver is OK, but no 
> dhcp server answered NTOOL's request. In this case there must be a problem 
> with the dhcp server.
> 
> Or your packet driver did not load properly, possibly because it is 
> misconfigured or invoked with incorrect parameters. Watch carefully the 
> messages the packet driver issues while loading. Sometimes it helps in 
> debugging to load the packet driver manually as it is easier this way to read 
> all the messages. Usually the packet driver reports the ehternet address of 
> the card it found. Does it look reasonable?
> 
> And mTCP's DHCP message "failure to get dhcp address. check your cabling and 
> packet driver settings" means the very same thing.
> 
> If you failed to load the packet driver completely, then NTOOL would tell you 
> "NO PACKET DRIVER FOUND" while mTCP's DHCP would write "Could not access 
> packet driver". 
>  
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