This is probably not the way to start a new topic, but I've tried the search on your web site and I’m not getting any results...
I have a few problems.., the main one now is that I formatted my older (-98) Toshiba lap-top since it worked very slowly. I clearly followed instructions printed of a website regarding formatting, but something must have gone wrong since I now cannot get it to access the CD-ROM drive - which means I cannot install a operative system.
I previously had WIN ME installed and when I use that 'reboot' floppy it just says:
Repair starting WIN ME...
I'm then trying to enter D: and E: etc. in the hope of finding the CD-ROM drive, but nothing works (I can get the C: - hard disk, but cannot access the CD from there either)
So, instead I'm using the 'start-up' floppy from WIN 98 and then I'm getting the 'Main menu' with 'Install Utilities and Files' etc.
When I press enter there's the option to install the CD Rom driver: toscdrom.sys (which I've done a no. of times now..!)
Under Help it also says:
To access your CD-ROM, you must also do the following:
1) Add DEVICE=C:\CDDRV\TOSCDROM.SYS to the CONFIG.SYS file.
2) Add C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND\MSCDEX /D:TOSCD001 /M:10 to the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
3) Reboot your system.
I have also done this a no. of times without success.
I also used a Swedish keyboard, but after formatting the computer changed it to a British keyboard – why and how do I change it back!?
I would of course very much appreciate if you can help me in accessing the CD-ROM so I can install the WIN ME again. (The disc is too small for XP)
Looking forward to your reply!