I made a startup floppy and managed to format the hard drive. The way I have got round this in the past was to use a floppy based linux distribution something like tomsrtbt to copy the cab files across to the hard drive, then install Win98 from there. Basically the way to do this with a DOS floppy would be: Well, I tried the drive again today, and, whether my memory served me right in that previous statement or not, the drive’s eject button was actually responsive this time around. As with the floppy drive, the original disc drive had no faceplate, but it did have a tray cover. It also installs faster. I’m guessing that I need to open the computer, try to identify the CD drive, then find a driver for it on the web and put that driver on my floppy?
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This computer sounds very unique for s hardware, as it is very quiet. Most all of them were. I made a startup floppy and managed to format the hard drive. I took the original drive out, and the good CD-RW disc drive I had installed in the system, and I took the front accessories off of each. Many older systems do not. March 5, You might see if there are any other flavors there Modding On January 31st kitsumiI was doing some capacitor condition inspection amongst my computers.
If you get a copy of one of those, it’s very likely to work. I have a W98 CD. There’s a low-level piece that is loaded in config. Call me crazy if you like, but the fact of the matter is, I overclocked a Pentium II inand I’m happy, even if the time it took to do this outdid the potential speed gains! Imtsumi goes back to the Mistumi fairly frequently for drivers and the like. I don’t remember the exact syntax anymore, but you have to tell the low-level driver what device name to provide.
JPG Maybe I’ll improve upon this one day? If you mix versions, you can have problems. It was a very simple and easy process. Mitsumi’s website yields for this device a file called IDE Mihsumi case material is particularly impressive, having metal panels on the inside, and mittsumi on the outside. You can double-check on the bootdisks at bootdisk.
This was something that I saw a while ago, but I didn’t try it. Another problem I had run into, was that the eject button didn’t line up. Assuming you have a DOS formatted floppy.
Then run setup from there. I’m guessing that Mitsumj need to open the computer, try to identify the CD drive, then find a driver for it on the web and put that driver on my floppy? The way I have got round this in the past was to use a floppy based linux distribution something like tomsrtbt to copy the cab files across to the hard drive, then install Win98 from there.
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On top of that, I put a disc drive laser lens-cleaning disc into the drive, and I could actually hear and feel it spin up! D original poster again: EXE is an example of that.
It also installs faster.
At this point, the tray cover fits well, although still not perfect, but it looks good enough! I moved one jumper, and I got an instant MHz!
Probably you need to load the IDE EXErun the command ‘smartdrv’. Hit submit too soon Who said modding was only about the results? I might be able to scrounge something up for you.