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Peragro

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Hey guys. I wasn't sure where to post this since it was dealing with the BIOS (But I'm running a Win2k OS).

Alright. I'm having troubles configuring the boot sequence. I enter the setup when I boot my PC and enter the BIOS. But where there's supposed to be a "Boot Sequence Option" there's none.
Here's an example of what my boot setup looks like. http://www.irwinrese...entiumII400.htm

Here's some info that might help solve the problem. I'm Running Dual-Boot system with Win98 and Win2k

(Trying to run Knoppix. It's not the CD since it works on other PC's)

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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gerryf

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your link does not work

What kind of PC, or better, motherboard?
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Thanks for responding

Here's the link http://www.irwinrese...entiumII400.htm

And I've half solved my problem. Instead of being under the BIOS (Where the caption "Virus Protection, Boot Sequence" is shown below), it was under the CMOS options. Funny thing is that CDROM was already the first in the boot sequence. I'm not sure what type of motherboard I have. Instead of popping open my box does it show it while my computers booting?

So. My problem now is that my CDROM and Floppy Drive aren't working. I haven't used them within 5 weeks. Any ideas?
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