Hi Blair:

No, I think the FDISK /MBR writes a MASTER BOOT RECORD to the
hard disk.  SYS writes a VOLUME BOOT RECORD to a disk partition,
and (if you omit bootonly) copies kernely.sys and command.com
to the partition.  These are different things.

Mark


> > SYS C: C: /BOOTONLY
> 
> Try a regular SYS C:.  I almost sounds as if you are missing the
> kernel on your hard drive, although this shouldn't have happened.
> 
> > FDISK /MBR
> 
> This does basically the same as SYS C: BOOTONLY
> 
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