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Choosing An Operating System


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ddiddy40

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I already choose an OS, right know I'm experimenting with [bleep] Small Linux.
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Hi,

Im using puppy at the moment. Great op system, it flies on older machines. :whistling:
So if you decide to change from [bleep] Small Linux, try this one.

Ive encountered the code 4 errors from cd rom drives, whilst trying to boot operating systems.
Try booting with a win98 boot floppy, run fdisk, re-partition & format the drive, then change your 1st boot device back to cd rom, and try to boot from your operating system disk again. This normally works for me.

Ive never used Smart Boot Manager, but it sounds like the easier way to do this task

Hope this helps.

Armic

Edited by Armic, 09 January 2007 - 02:57 PM.

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Are you sure you have 64 megabytes of RAM?
I find that impossible. Just upgrade to 512 (it's like $50!).

Edited by PowerCycle, 10 January 2007 - 06:04 AM.

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