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 === Prerequisites === === Prerequisites ===
-  * [[http://iknowu.duckdns.org/​files/public/​integratedrv/​IntegrateDrv.htm|IntegrateDrv]] (1.0.1 or newer)+  * [[http://vm1.duckdns.org/​Public/IntegrateDrv/​IntegrateDrv.htm|IntegrateDrv]] (1.0.1 or newer)
   * [[http://​git.ipxe.org/​release/​sanbootconf|sanbootconf]] (1.1.1 or newer, 1.1.2 is required for Windows 2000)   * [[http://​git.ipxe.org/​release/​sanbootconf|sanbootconf]] (1.1.1 or newer, 1.1.2 is required for Windows 2000)
   * Text-mode setup does not support the virtual bus device architecture,​ if you have an nVidia network adapter, Broadcom NetXtreme II, or other adapter that its official driver implements a virtual bus, you have to obtain a text-mode compatible driver (a.k.a RIS-compatible driver) to be used during the installation. (a text-mode compatible driver for nVidia NICs is bundled with IntegrateDrv)   * Text-mode setup does not support the virtual bus device architecture,​ if you have an nVidia network adapter, Broadcom NetXtreme II, or other adapter that its official driver implements a virtual bus, you have to obtain a text-mode compatible driver (a.k.a RIS-compatible driver) to be used during the installation. (a text-mode compatible driver for nVidia NICs is bundled with IntegrateDrv)
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 8. You will be asked to specify a default static TCP/IP address. if all goes well, this address will not be used, and instead sanbootconf / iScsiBP will set the address that was provided by your DHCP server. 8. You will be asked to specify a default static TCP/IP address. if all goes well, this address will not be used, and instead sanbootconf / iScsiBP will set the address that was provided by your DHCP server.
-{{http://iknowu.duckdns.org/​files/public/​integratedrv/​Screenshots/​IntegrateDrv_TCPIP_settings.png}}+{{http://vm1.duckdns.org/​Public/IntegrateDrv/​Screenshots/​IntegrateDrv_TCPIP_settings.png}}
  
 9. Congratulations,​ you now have an iSCSI capable Windows XP \ 2003 installation,​ you can reboot your machine, and use the sanboot command to boot into the installation:​ 9. Congratulations,​ you now have an iSCSI capable Windows XP \ 2003 installation,​ you can reboot your machine, and use the sanboot command to boot into the installation:​
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 10. The installation should detect your iSCSI disk: 10. The installation should detect your iSCSI disk:
-{{http://iknowu.duckdns.org/​files/public/​integratedrv/​Screenshots/​Text_Mode_Disk_Detected.png}}+{{http://vm1.duckdns.org/​Public/IntegrateDrv/​Screenshots/​Text_Mode_Disk_Detected.png}}
  
 11. During GUI-mode installation phase, you'll be warned about installing unsigned drivers: 11. During GUI-mode installation phase, you'll be warned about installing unsigned drivers:
  
 Some of the drivers had to be modified to start during boot, and as a result their signature is no longer valid, you can safely ignore these warnings, and approve the installation:​ Some of the drivers had to be modified to start during boot, and as a result their signature is no longer valid, you can safely ignore these warnings, and approve the installation:​
-{{http://iknowu.duckdns.org/​files/public/​integratedrv/​Screenshots/​GUI_Mode_Unsigned_Driver.png}}+{{http://vm1.duckdns.org/​Public/IntegrateDrv/​Screenshots/​GUI_Mode_Unsigned_Driver.png}}
  
 ===== Method #2: Creating an iSCSI capable installation CD ===== ===== Method #2: Creating an iSCSI capable installation CD =====
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