Got a copy of Norton Ghost 2000 personal ed. & got it to work and made a drive image.
The weird thing was that it took Windows ME to do it as Windows ME recognized the partitions as non-dos and Win98 SE would't even see the partitions.
Anyone know how to make a Sandisk bootable? I have been working on it for the last few hours; everytime I get close I get either disk i/o errors or non-system disk. I used Ranish to make the partition active and a Sandisk SDDR-31 reader/writer on another PC to do the fdisk'en & formating.
FYI - I think I know why we can't get into the bios, I don't believe there is a ALT key on the wireless keyboard, at least so far I can't get CTRL-ALT-DEL to re-boot.
And the 10pin connecter at CN3 near the CPU is I belive a VGA monitor connecter just like the iopener, at least when I connected a VGA cable that I made for one of my iopeners, the VGA monitor went active as it tried to boot but no image, except on the LCD. I suspect that there is an option in bios to enable both LCD and CRT but LCD is the only output enabled by default. Several of the IBM Thinkpads are this way.