I was referring back to the last paragraph in 51 above. Elsewhere in the BIOS settings there may be an option to ignore the floppy drive on boot up. In response to I have lots of them. By the way, in answer to your question, the monitor I am using is an old CRT monitor. The drawbacks are they cost a lot more per gb, and there is a lot lower max capacity.

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OtheHill Once again thanks for all your help.

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If you don’t have a floppy drive, you can get a CD image diagnostic utility from most hard drive manufacturer’s web sites, but obviously you would need to make a burned CD, preferably a CD-R for best compatibility, on another computer if you need to. Thanks for the info concerning drivers. See the part in response 80 starting at: The hard disk will not work properly if you enter improper information for this category. Am I totally off track or are my ideas as described ks possible?

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Thanks for guiding me through this so far. Even a GB drive is a lot of storage space. Now I am lank confused. I wonder why it beeped since I snapped the ram in and out, but didn’t beep since I removed the RAM, and even after repeating the snapping thing again.


When the cable was connected at the correct end but turned degrees the light on the floppy stayed on continuously. I’m learning a lot now.

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The CD can be used with any suitable Product Key. Thanks so much for all the other answers and information!

The Intel main chipset on the and probably whatever main chipset is on the other mboard cannot support recognizing drives larger than gb, but you can still get gb drives, and if you use a PCI EIDE PATA or a PCI SATA drive controller card, it has it’s own “bios” and any mw of drive connected to it will be recognized as it’s full size.

Pity about the scarcity and price of SD RAM, but then again, I can see now that unless one really has no other choice, it may not be needed if one’s needs aren’t that big, and it can still perform pretty well with the right OS etc. So with these guys on my side, living in the middle of nowhere on this planet, far, far away from civilization, is not a problem when it comes to fixing, operating and maintaining my computer.

I read the name Phoenix Bios D, checked the beep codes at the vdr http: The final status code is If it doesn’t, it’s not recommended that you use it. Brand name system bios versions tend to show you a lot less than bios versions made for retail mboard models. You have helped me a long way so far! Troubleshooting help from experts and users.


I was assuming the floppy disk was being booted to at start up. I got the same message: I never use Cable Select jumpering myself.

Then the Ultimate Boot CD is for you! When attempting to start does the heat sink fan spin? You assumed right – I have no long beep anymore. If you get a drive larger than that, e.

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The same basic VGA video is what you get when you install Windows from the CD on thefor the onboard video when the video card has not been plugged inand for the video card when it has been plugged in plug it in when the AC power to the case has been removedunless Windows has the specific video drivers built in, which I doubt.

See the latter part of response 1 in this: Ma size 55 disk drive would be a good size to start audiio for my future computer, not for my if I wanted to install Windows XP, Linux and Adobe CS4, swap space, video files, audio files and document files, etc.

What a luxury it was then to upgrade from Lotus with DOS, and screens with black background and amber or green or white visual display, and some silly computer game in black and amber throwing bananas, to Windows!