Heheh you guys are gonna love this.. 1st timer here. I copied my WIN98 folder and all the necessary drivers over to my HD (it's a V5 IO with a BADFLASH bios)... I'm pretty sure it's seeing my HD, but it says the Primary slave os the Sandisk.. is this normal? The I get the . After my HD spins for while I get the
Invalid System Disk Replace the disk... etc.. hmm looks like it does when I try to boot off a blank HD.. which is what I have.. So here is the boneheaded question of the evening.. Was I supposed to boot disk (system) files over to the HD? It makes sense, and I totally forgot to do it.. I'm actually hoping this is the problem. So can I just copy over the system files from my Win98 Boot Floppy to the HD and all should be OK?.. Thanks guys,
Official Iopener Idiot..
Ok, I'll go back and run the Sys: C command. It is definitely active in fdisk. I went ahead and copied the boot disk files frommy 98 boot disk and still get the same Invalid Disk message. In auto detect in the bios I have 3 chices. All of them are the same amount of space, with varying cylinders. There's a normal, Large, and Lba.. The normal is the drive with the most cylinders. I chose it to no avail. I have noticed that it seems like the modem is trying to dial out repeatedly while all of this loading is going on. I'm assuming it's reading the sandisk image which instructs it to call and register. I'll go check the drive in fdisk again.
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