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Re: same issues
Well Todd oviouslly there is no cd0 or cd1 otherwise I would have being up
and going by now.... I am going to need some instructions here and perhaps
some indication of what could be causing the cdrom from being initialized at
install..... I will try a couple of things but if I don't see the cdrom what
then, how do I take care of this, and if I mount the cdrom manually then how
do I get back in to the automatic setup to continue with the installation
process???or where I left off.....
Thank you all
I got to say, Inever got this kind of service nor the quick replies with
MS.... Thank you guys!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Todd T. Fries <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Walter Gonzalez <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, January 05, 2001 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: same issues
> bootable cdroms use the bios to load a floppy image into memory that then
> the bios emulates as a floppy, which allows the os to boot from the
> The os then boots, and asks 'where do you want to install from?' if it
> find the cdrom, then the os has never found the cdrom. Check back through
> the scrollback (or go to a shell and type 'dmesg') using
> and see if you see any mention of 'cd0' or 'cd1' or etc .. ...
> Todd Fries .. firstname.lastname@example.org