I just tried one of my own suggestions. I hooked up an old 8x CD-ROM (only thing I had laying around free) as Primary Master.
The BIOS does not have a setting to boot from CD-ROM. Only A-C and SCSI. So I could not tell it to boot from this drive.
*BUT* (and this is the good part), the system *did* autodetect the CD-ROM drive, and then boot from the Sundisk. This has real possibilities.
For example, if I can get to the command prompt, there I may be able to see the CD-ROM drive. If so, I may be able to run programs off it. This would depend on QNX having a driver for ATAPI CD-ROMs, and a file system. Once there, I could run programs, such as a Flash program or even another OS such as DOS.
Anybody know enough about QNX to answer a few questions?