I'm trying to use Nero and make a Bootable Image of FREEDOS so I can use
that to recovery
Windows Cripled Machines.. Upgrade Bios.. and such.. I followed the
instructions and retrieved the
Cd Image and burnt the CD. .and on bootup of my Aptivia.. It crashed with
the info below...
Maybe the Burn did not go well... NERO does that correctly if you use the
Image Copy right?
Maybe it's a bad IMAGE...
Ok.. cool.. I'll Email them.. this note..!
Thanks you so much!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Arkady V.Belousov" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: Help.. Freedos not.. FREE
> 13-Окт-2004 10:13 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (David Williams) wrote to "Arkady
> V.Belousov" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> >> DW> Help!.. I just used NERO to burn the Dos Image onto CD-r and put in
> >> DW> Aptiva. The Loading boot sector displayed and copyright
> >> DW> BIOS reported 0 sectors/track assuming 63!
> >> ?
> >> DW> Invalid Opcode at 0108 0000 0202 03F5 900F 41F0 0000 00CF 00F8 088E
> >> DW> 00cf 0000
> >> DW> Doe mem corrupt, first_mcb=0000
> >> DW> Pnnic: MCB chain corrupted
> >> DW> System Halted
> >> DW> What's up with that?
> >> First at all, whic version you use? Don't forget to load latest
> >> For exmpale, on freedos.org site should be announced latest FreeDOS
> >> distribution.
> DW> It's the Image from FREEDOS FTP 10,291,200 Bytes FDBOOTCD.ISO
> DW> from www.freedos.org ????????????????????????
> Which is configureation of your machine? Which kernel version shown
> startup? Which contents of your config.sys and autexec.bat? What mean
> "copyright BIOS reported 0 sectors/track"? At which time displayed message
> about Invalid Opcode (and then about MCB chain corrupt)?
> DW> Is there a special way to BURN the CD? Other than just us MAKEIMAGE?
> You may ask the Bernd Blaauw, which knows about this more. Better if
> you ask this question in [EMAIL PROTECTED] group - there may be
> peoples, who knows how to burn CD in DOS. I myself do not have CD-RW.
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