I installed FreeDOS on a partition of my HD, but, when booting it, it
says "Loading FreeDOS no KERNEL SYS".

When booting FreeDOS from CD, the partition is visible as C:. I even
typed again SYS C: from there.

Searching the Net, someone said the partition must be primary and have
the bootable flag set. Even in that case, it does not boot from CD.

says obscurely "a little tweaking (of the boot sector "linear partition
position" / hidden sectors value) should make LBA booting on any drive
letter possible", but it does not specify what to tweak and how.


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