hard drive won't show up. Floppy or LS120 (if available) CD-ROM or DVD-ROM Network (if available) Hard Drive If CD-ROM is listed after another device that is bootable, it will boot from the other device before Whenever there's a power outage or it reboots I have to manually boot to USB. Put PLoP on a CD PLoP comes as a zip file, which includes a variety of files. his comment is here
My next question would be how to add the floppy drive to the Bios menu, if such a thing could be done. How can I make a bootable cd from my laptop then install I cannot get my floppy drive to open up a disk!!! I applied some GRUB-fu and wa-la, I was booting backtrack off of my SD Card. I created Live Ubuntu on a usb stick drive (2gb Sandisk Cruzer) and selected Removable Devices to boot first… but no luck.
I had an old IBM netvista with a busted CDROM drive and no boot from USB. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Plug in your USB drive, turn on the PC…-> Press F10 to get that boot menu as shown above..-> Press 2 to select the Hard Drive Option ..-> You should see Will this allow me to boot with a thumb drive?
Sorry for bad English is not my native language. Using an external USB drive and your instructions can now boot both from a USB flash drive. I chose option 1 and it started the set up. On a piece of junk , P3 Slot 1 FSB100, 256 DIMM, (with a USB 2.0 PCI card for better speed), and Ubuntu via USB, but it works.
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). The floppy power light is on, I've checked cables, still nothing. On my other Computers I use the enter key. Goto windows or linux and install the OS image on the USB key using Unetbootin. 2.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Just to be sure I rechecked the Bios and this is the boot device order: First: ATAPI CD-ROM Drive, Second: Removable Devices, Third: Hard Drive, Fourth: Network Boot. I've reset my BIOS (took out the battery for a minute) and still nothing. Feb 6, 2005 BSOD and now I can't boot from cd or floppy Feb 2, 2009 Windows 2K - NTLDR file missing - cannot boot from floppy or cd or dvd
I running Win98SE on a 400Mhz,PII,384MB Ram,SBPCI 64v,56k modem, with 5 drive incl the floppy and hard drive. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=950479 even then be sure to connect the connector nearer to the twist to the drive and not into the slot on the board.the floppy drive light staying lit is a sign I boot the loader, it shows up. Thanks alot!
each release of ubuntu, i download AND BURN TO CD Xubuntu - 32 bit (for kids) Ubuntu - 32 bit (for m8 & me if 64 bit is iffy) Ubuntu - this content Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 3. If so would it be under the heading of removeable devices in the bios settings? If done correctly, PLoP Boot Manager will load up, giving a number of boot options.
Formatting is the process of dividing up the disk surface into sectors; both hard disks and removable-media disks of any size need to be formatted. I checked the Bios settings and the first boot drive is the CD Rom, second boot device is removeable devices and the third boot device is the hard drive. Brilliant. weblink Whereas an external device is usually a simple matter of connecting a cable or two and ensuring the device has power.
Please allow up to 5 seconds… DDoS protection by CloudFlare Ray ID: 3261160a90822372 Skip to Main Content Search Help Tips Dictionary History Forums Contact You are here: Help > Hardware Help It just ignores them and ends up trying to boot to the NIC. Computer Help forum About This ForumCNET's forum on computer help is the best source for finding the solutions to your computer problems.
Thanks August 6, 2010 Baylynx I have an older laptop - Compaq 2103us. Toshiba Sattelite Laptop. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Click here to join today!
It's running fine with my desktop. align this arrow with the red wire.anyway, the I/O error indicated that the floppy is probably bad, try another floppy.girishNo system is fool-proof. Is their a solution for that?! check over here Can't believe, but it works!
I have gone back into BIOS and set first boot device to floppy, but floppy won't start. I never changed the bios settings, however I did update the Bios earlier this year. Burn plpbtnoemul.iso or plpbt.iso to a CD and then skip to the “booting PLoP Boot Manager” section. The standard Windows format command is used with hard disks and standard floppy disks, while Zip, Superdisk, and other types of removable and optical media are usually formatted with a proprietary
We aren’t fortunate enough to have a floppy drive installed, but if you do it should be listed in the Floppy drive drop-down box. A storage device in this case could be anything from a hard disk drive, to a ZIP Drive, to a CD-RW or DVD drive. I'm trin to format my desktop bt still i can't boot from cd-rom… I used the F12 key to boot from cd…bt when i select to boot from cd it shows The floppy drive should have its own selection.....it may say A: drive as well.....the floppy shouldn't be under removeable devices. ~Candy~, Jan 15, 2002 #3 cshajkur Thread Starter Joined: Sep
Booted from PLOP cd and hey presto, there was the option to boot from USB! May 7, 2010 Nrehaut If done correctly, PLoP Boot Manager will load up, giving a number of boot options. Thanks a lot. Login now.