On Jul 20, 2016 12:57 PM, "Dimitris Zilaskos" <dimitr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> Since I now have a bootable C: drive, can't we just compare the working
MBR/boot sector with the non working one?
> Cheers,
> Dimitris

Would you please copy kernel.sys from the 2042 release to your C drive and
see if it boots.  Do not run sys or anything else, just a simple copy.
This will help confirm if the issue is with the kernel or sys.  It should

If possible I would also appreciate if you could recap for me which version
of sys you ran and options that provided a booting system (kernels don't
necessarily relate to sys versions).  E.g.  sys 2.6 with command of sys C:

I may ask you to send me your boot sector privately.  Latest sys can easily
save it.

Thank you,
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