Thanks for the reply. I actually was just recently able to figure out the problem with GhostCast TCP/IP connections. After trying all those drivers and even using 3c90xcfg.exe to modify the NIC link speed/duplex, it ended up being an IRQ problem.
I put everything back to "auto" in the NIC, went to the Precision's BIOS and changed the Integrated 3c920 NIC IRQ from 11 (shared) to 9 (unshared).
Now I can control everything from the Ghost Console. Works like a dream. All my IP's are static, so no worries there. I really have to wonder if it was a driver issue at all.
Similar woes on Optiplex gx150. Ghost boot disks would hang whle trying to run the ghost8 program. Tried changing irq's but what finally worked was disabling the USB Emulation in the bios. Strange but true.
Yeeeeha! Glad I could be of service to everyone out there with this "issue". I know how incredibly frustrating it was. I haven't seen this information anywhere else (yet) so shameless bump for myself. GL to everyone!
BTW I just got some Precision 360's, hope they don't have the same problem....DELL, I'm looking in your general direction...
We have been working with Dell's new GX280's for about a 3 days now and can't seem to get them to work. I have been able to work around the IRQ problem with the previous versions (260/270). Now that Dell has updated the Bios I can't correct the IRQ problem. Anyone out there find a work around?