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Yeah - that particular manufacturer of NIC's can be a right pain. There's not really much we can suggest other than trying different drivers.
Usually we recommend (first) trying the last 3-4 driver revisions that the OEM provides - i.e. Lenovo/IBM in this case. If those fail, try (second) the last 3-4 driver revision the NIC manufacturer provides (i.e. Broadcom in this case).
Also, in some cases (at least while testing) - you might try and go "overkill" - and not just adding "just the 3 files", but the entire driver structure/directories ... that sometimes gets the less co-operative ones working as well (and you can whittle down from there as to what files are actually needed).
Hope this helps :).
LANDesk EMEA Technical Lead.
Actaully, my problem was more simple than this. I actually added the correct drivers using winimage to view/edit the ldvpe1.img file. My problem was that I neglected to redeploy my PXE reps after I added the drivers. Thanks for the help.