windows server 2003 networkcard drivers in to which folder

February 5, 2012 at 13:19:19
Specs: Windows XP
windows server 2003 r2 sp2 i there thankyou for takeing your time to read this post. i'm haveing a little diffiecalty.
what i'm trying to do is get other machine to boot from server 2003 pxe .useing windows deployment service legacy. now i'v managed to configer it .meaning i can get the cliants computer to start the process but then i get a message saying The operating system image you selected does not contain the necessary drivers for your network adapter. now from what i have worked out these don't like broadcom meaning i have to put the drivers in manualey
now according to microsoft and ever post i have read it saying i need to put the drivers in the i386 folder now do i put the drivers in to c:\windows i386 folder or do i put it in to remote install folder which i have in these folders are admin\ i386 folder or os choose\english\i386
one more thing is there a place where i can get a bunch of network card drivers where i can put it in to this folder
sorry to go on it my first experiance with a server
regards james

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February 6, 2012 at 00:22:20
Put the drivers in several different locations if you are not sure. One of them should be the right one and it won't do any harm if drivers are duplicated in the wrong place.

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