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There are a total of 7 dots. 5 dots are blinking.Then I unplugged the power cord, pressed the power button for 10 seconds, waited 30 seconds, plugged the power cord back But you don't think that if you were to an a hd, so that you had two hd's one with FAT32, and the other with NTFS, that this would cause that The CD drive keeps running intermittantly and continues to run for a few long seconds after the computer is turned off and seems to keep trying to run the CD. I doubt the bios is the reason the cds aren't booting but I guess it's possible in the unlikely event the bios is corrupt (as evidenced by the odd posting screen
There is a plan that I have, that if I copy the XP i386 folder to the hd, and IF I can get to the DOS Prompt, then I can "install" Again, same thing. It usually has a much smaller screen, low power/low performance processor (such as Intel's Atom), minimal RAM, small HDD, no optical drive, & runs Linux or a stripped down version of ver.zip2.4MB12,702 Free Download >> Dynex DX MKB101 Driver Dynex_DX_MKB10...
I am confused -- I don't know what you meant by this. ???I only have XP to work with here, that's why I was trying to get to the Dos Prompt.Is It is a 60 Gig hd.Captain KirkUSS Enterprise Report • #6 DAVEINCAPS June 15, 2012 at 00:10:50 NTFS wouldn't be a factor since neither 98 or ME can use it. You had to know your stuff when using them.As far as booting to dos without a drive; many older motherboards had option ROM slots. Dynex Wired Mouse Driver I might create a second partition to install two OS's on the same hd so that I don't run into this problem again.
Wow, I never knew how to do that. Dynex Dx-pwlmse Driver You need a place to be able to type in the computer language. You can get help and discuss drivers on our free driver forum. http://www.driverguide.com/driver/company/Dynex/Hard_Disk_Drive/index.html See in Thread ↓#1 riider June 12, 2012 at 13:20:57 "I deleted W98, and completely removed the Windows folder"I'm not sure what that means?
Are you sure this is a good idea at such a crucial moment of black screenness?riider,What is the difference between a netbook, a notebook, and a laptop?I just viewed the UBCD Dynex Wireless Mouse Not Working If it is a clean format with nothing on the hd, the computer may incur an error message such as the "A Disk Read Error Occurred. Discussion Thread Date Dynex DX-HDEN10 (Windows 98SE) [USB] 6 replies Jan 25, 2007 Post New more... All rights reserved.
I recommended installing it internally instead of externally because the 98 and ME bootdisk and 98 cd won't see the external drive (without a custom built disk with dos USB drivers This is what the mscdex01 was about?"those OS's don't recognize external drives..."I know that older Bios's don't recognize external drives. Dynex Mouse Driver Download A friend is someone who sticks by you until the end, "fri + end". Dynex Website I want to figure out how to use the clone program on it.
The contents of that folder are what you need to copy to the hard drive after the SYS. http://freedesktopwallpapersite.com/dynex-wireless/dynex-dx-ebusb-driver-download.php It's windows 9x or ME that won't initially see the cdrom when you move it.Not sure about the undelete stuff you're talking about. Even if it's possible you still need to make the drive bootable.You might be able to network the 2 computers together and get something done.If you pursue one of those options DriverGuide Home Driver Updater Drivers By ManufacturerBy DeviceWindows 10 DriversWindows 8 DriversSearch Wizard Forums Support OverviewWindows 10 DriversRequest DriverFCCID IdentifierGuides My DG Join Login DriverGuide Home Driver Updater Drivers Forums Support Dx-wkbd Driver
Would switching OS's cause this to happen? Discussion Thread Date Dynex DX-WGUSB Dynex Wireless G USB dongle (MacOSX) [USB] Aug 15, 2009 Post New more... Report • #18 riider June 19, 2012 at 10:35:45 "I didn't know that it made a difference between having a laptop or desktop"It makes a huge difference. weblink There is only 1 partition.
I put XP into the drive. Dynex Wireless Optical Nb Mouse Dx-pwlmse Driver How could it help you? The UNDELETE command I'm familiar with just locates those files with a missing first letter and then asks you what letter to use to reinstate the file.
I rebooted the computer. Interesting. And didn't know the technical part about how they "purposely" limited in a laptop. Dynex Wireless Mouse Usb Replacement So I guess that was a PCMCIA card?
Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] Install windows ME on old pc › [Solved] My thoughts on Windows ME › [Solved] What is real mode DOS support in context to WinME? › And now I don't know "how" to convert it -- if it is possible.But its possible the problem may stem from FAT32 versus NTFS file format issue. I'm sure the HDD manufacturer has software available or you could have created an UBCD. check over here Or its not getting enough juice...
Need more help? Report • #26 DAVEINCAPS June 22, 2012 at 21:21:53 You attached a card that had 2 USB ports? Would XP be able to read the FAT32 files?Captain KirkUSS Enterprise Report • #8 Jolicloud June 16, 2012 at 04:07:24 ✔ Best AnswerFiles are not NTFS or FAT32 there are just Getting to the DOS Prompt "after" Windows is loaded fails you in the completion of imperative tasks.
Do you know how to do this with a laptop? Report • #44 James T Kirk June 30, 2012 at 23:56:37 RIIDER,Thanks for putting up with me. The original IBM's would boot to BASIC using a ROM chip if you didn't have a bootable drive.You can install dos, 9X and ME on a drive and move that drive Report • #34 DAVEINCAPS June 25, 2012 at 15:43:53 Early computers were definitely not user friendly.
I also have the XP disk and plan on installed it instead so that I don't get the errors of W98 or ME. The "menu" is composed of the following list:0> Boot Clean1> Boot UMBPCI (Silent)2> Boot UMBPCI (Optimal)3> Boot UMBPCI (Semi Defensive)4> Boot Emm386 (Optimal)5> Boot Emm386 (Semi Defensive)6> Boot no UMB (Defensive)7> I pressed F10 and was successfully was "able" to go into the bios. At the dos prompt, if you also have the mscdex system file copied on the hd, if you type "mscdex001 = c:", this will allow for your computer to SEE the
I am ending this thread. But it would've slipped past me if DAVE IN CAPS hadn't noticed it. Ohhh -- is that when the "autoboot" sequence started being put on the OS CDs, around the time of XP and beyond?), because I've always just used a Startup Disk to Before computers evolved to message boxes, ALL computers were able to boot into a command prompt so that you could enter computer commands with the computer language, even as far back
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