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About brodiepearce

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  1. Bootable Ghost CD to deploy images - GUIDE

    THANK YOU!!! lol, i didn't even notice that checkbox before. That takes care of everything.
  2. Bootable Ghost CD to deploy images - GUIDE

    I'll try that, but if you can't view them even with hidden files turned off, how is everyone else getting them?! lol
  3. Bootable Ghost CD to deploy images - GUIDE

    Show hidden files is set on aswell :S, the image i posted is exactly what I'm getting, and I've tried three different boot disk downloads in case they were dodgy and they're all the same. The exact files I don't have are all the files that are apparently needed to make this Ghost Boot Disk lol. In other words, these files: AUTOEXEC.BAT CD1.SYS CONFIG.SYS MSCDEX.EXE IO.SYS MSDOS.SYS COMMAND.COM are not there...
  4. K, I'm currently making a new signature to use in outlook company wide, Everything is working except, when I load the sig in it's fine, even when I'm typing the email it's all there, but, when I send it in the sent folder there is no image, nor is there on the recieving end. This is the script: <p style="margin: 20px 0 0 12px; padding: 0; height: 62px; width: 180px; text-indent: -9000px; background: url('logo-resize.gif') no-repeat;">QANTEC McWILLIAM consulting engineers</p> </div> <p style="color: #ccc; padding: 11px; font-size:7pt; letter-spacing:1px; margin: 3px 0 0 0; background: url('bg.gif'); font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;">IMPORTANT - the contents of this email may be confidential and privileged. If you have received this email in error, please advise us by telephoning 07 3007 8181 immediately and then delete the email and any printed copies. Thank you.</p> I'm not asking for anyone to solve the problem, but, if anyone could tell me how to make the two background images come through in outlook I'd be very appreciative. I'm under the impression that outlook will only accept embedded images when they are using <img> tags (i.e. not <background> tags). (p.s. i've deleted most of the file so it doesn't take up much space.)
  5. Bootable Ghost CD to deploy images - GUIDE

    I still don't get it with the boot disk, I'll post a screenshot of what I'm gettin :S. That's a screenshot of the Windows ME boot disk I downloaded...
  6. Bootable Ghost CD to deploy images - GUIDE

    Great guide, but, I've tried downloading boots of me and other versions of windows of the net and they don't have any of the files that are mentioned, do you perhaps mean to start with a bootable install disk? I've got no idea...:S