Likely that the Cylinder/Head/Sector parameters that are automatically used in the machine you installed with are not being used by the Webplayer. Put the disk in the original machine, go into BIOS and see what C/H/S are actually being used in it. Then try to manually set those on the Webplayer. In my case, I had to force my desktop to use the C/H/S that the Webplayer used before I could put anything on the drive.
RE:Unable to boot win98 hard disk (modified 0 times)
I found that my WP would not recognise Fuji drives at all. But it worked fine with all Toshiba drives. I had exactly the same problems as you describe with the HD working in my laptop fine. Hope this helps
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