This question may have already been asked but how are you exactly burning
the image. Just making sure your not just burning the file on the CD :)
On Fri, 07 Mar 2003, scott mcclellan wrote:
> Not sure how to reply to the threads on the freebsd lists, but will
> probably post there with an update to all this soon.
> I did do the ole' switch of jumpers (two times as I didn't know which
> posts were designated for MASTER - trial and error I guess). So now the
> system sees the CD-ROM as the Secondary Master (which is a good thing
> I'm supposing)
> And I did take another poster's advise in burning the ISO image at a
> slower speed (4x is as low as I get), but I'm still at a point where the
> system responds with:
> Boot from ATAPI CD-ROM: Failure...
> No /boot/loader
> I assume that ATAPI is the model of the CD-ROM the system found. But,
> the 'Failure..." has me stumped. Is it possible that although the system
> (and FreeBSD) recognize the type of CD-Rom I have, but FreeBSD just
> doesn't support it [Creative Infra1800]. I admit when looking at the
> supported hardware, I didn't see Creative on the list - but then what's
> up with ATAPI?
> I apologize. A lot of my questions are rhetorical in that I just need to
> 'vent' (if I don't talk to myself, then I type to myself). And as
> another poster put it 'Don't throw out the old machine, just have
> patience' - as you've stated also. I have patience (and an occasional
> temper). Although my hostility factor towards this so far is only at
> about 3.
> Thanks again, and if you have anything else to add (not to my misery
> please), feel free.
> Scott McClellan
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