Booting CDROM from floppy
Posted 02 February 2005 - 08:29 AM
Posted 02 February 2005 - 10:50 AM
If you need to get to win XP on a cdrom, you have to use the special 4 disk bootdisks designed for XP (the floppy disk images can be accessed on the XP cd while in Windows).... if you need to get to a linux distro, then you can find specific linux floppy images on the net that will let you boot up with a floppy, and still run the linux cd as if you booted from it. If you have Red Hat cd's (or most other major released), there is a floppy disk boot image file on the first cd that you can create from windows, read the readme file for all the info
It might be better to just figure out how to get to your bios setup screen... is there a specific reason you can't get to it?
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