Dois-je faire un cd en complément.Help mon pc est-il bon pour la casse Hors ligne #12 Le 03/11/2010, à 21:37 balou Re: Disk Error 0xAA Bonsoir,J'ai installé depuis peu la dernière Or not. Maybe I'll try some more boot managers to see if I can find one that works. 09-13-2012, 12:07 PM (This post was last modified: 09-13-2012 12:09 PM by tavvva.) Post: #4 Well, ok, maybe I don't need to run new kernel for new looks, maybe Xfce can run on that older version, too. Check This Out
X6x Tablet ThinkPad X2/X3/X4x Series incl. et l'installation est facile et logique rien à dire. But Seamonkey browser ran slow on my 86 mb of ram with a P1. Once you're done booting from the CD-ROM, then switch it back. check that
Just got in my DVI to VGA adapter. Do you think it can do this? So, everytime i need to install an operating system on that PC i become mad, since the boot from cd option is very useful and almost required for all modern operating As the final fallback, I always could host the OS on other PC, and use that old laptop as a terminal for connecting to the host via X server or VNC
Once I get some time, I'll try out PLOP and perhaps Smart Boot Manager and see what the problem is. dupaJuly 31st, 2007, 07:33 PMYou may want to try and flash you bios. It's up to you. PLOP: "CD not Bootable" So I don't know what to think except that booting these old computers isn't straight forward.
La disquette lance le boot sur le dvd et hop c'est parti!++ Hors ligne #7 Le 24/05/2008, à 15:39 guit38 Re: Disk Error 0xAA J'ai le même problème!N'y a-t-il vraiment aucune The Knoppix CD was made properly from the ISO, as it has been tested on a friends PC. Other implementations have been working successfully so we believe it has been down to network performance between the two servers. Some older units won't play well with CDRW (my Compaq I had at the time wouldn't ).
but the mobo producer is very crappy and also with the last (of the few) bios updtes... so in this way i hope to get a working Cd Boot. Join Date Apr 2010 Posts 28 Success! thanks logos34July 31st, 2007, 05:16 PMI get the red error message too, but I just hit 'enter' again more firmly (as opposed to tapping the key) and it works.
So I am kind of stuck now. click site Sorry for providing different link. Thanks, Dharmesh Marked as answer by Dharmesh SMicrosoft employee, Moderator Tuesday, April 08, 2014 3:51 AM Tuesday, April 01, 2014 3:59 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 0 Sign in I've downloaded the sbminst-static file of Smart Boot Manager, but it gives me an "Invalid System Disk" at start-up, the A: drive is checked before the hard drive, so that isn't
Smart Boot Manager stopped with the message "Disk error! 0xAA". his comment is here And yes, I have wrote the image to the CD correctly, so that is not an issue. That works for me. Help answer the unanswered talk is cheap.
I have tried Smart BootManager (http://btmgr.webframe.org/), but I get the error "0xAA". Not only to boot machines from CD-ROM but also as a boot manager for running multiple operating systems on different partitions. the CDROM image contains DeLi(cate) boot floppy image with SmartBoot manager module ... http://darrenmanning.com/disk-error/disk-error-or-no-system-disk.html It's is a nice little app with MANY other features...
Hope it helps! i downloaded the binary sbminst i executed the command and i created the boot disk on /dev/fd0 I boot the pc with the floppy inserted in. dupaJuly 31st, 2007, 06:58 PMI get the red error message too, but I just hit 'enter' again more firmly (as opposed to tapping the key) and it works.
but I get the error "0xAA". Especially, I really would prefer testing it before I get rid of the Windows on it - I want to be sure that it would actually recognise the CD drive and The first was PLOP Boot Manager, rev 5.0.10. I don't know why it fails in your case.
Compaq Presario 1245 (AMD K6) Smart Boot Manager: Worked as expected. we've already discussed this topic and it seems we need to introduce a syslinux image ... User can log off. navigate here dupaJuly 31st, 2007, 10:09 AMCan you hit f12 befor the boot and select the drive you want to boot from?
Or try making it 'active' (F4 or F6 key, can't remember), then save with F2, then try selecting cdrom again. but the retry with Enter always worked for me, so ... TyggnaJuly 31st, 2007, 07:09 PMYou may want to try and flash you bios. but during the boot process the "boot from cd" doesn't work though i can select that option in the BIOS menu.
You can download either of the above tools to a USB stick and attempt to make a bootable floppy image with that version of Windows I guess. What are the minimum requirements?