Believe it or not, I would actually like to keep the MSN stuff on my system. I've flashed the device, and would like to have a bootable flash card with linux, beos, or whatever seems most useful. Can I do this without removing the software already installed?
Everything I have seen seems to point out that I must wipe the internal sandisk and replace it with something else.
As i have been playing around with this so far tonight it has worked with mine as for keeping the original msn onboard and using the CF to boot
plug unit in and watch for cursor on top left and then when it drops about 3 lines hit the compaq key then the cursor will go to top right then hit compaq key again and then your in the bios there select boot device (make sure you have CF in before connecting power).
after select boot device it will say hit f10 to save but the original keyboard doesnt have a f10 key so you have to use the letter T it acts as the f10 key then go back to main menu and save settings then exit.it will reboot to CF card .
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