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It should be able to do anything you were trying to do with DOS.
SYS dis do the same for years Yes No I don’t have a dog. Welcome to BleepingComputera free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers.
I take it those last to commands you suggested are only relevant if the hd has been reseated, if not I can try them anyway. Booting from cdrom succeeds but I can’t read my cdrom.
Boot from AHCI CD-Rom: Operating System Not Found – Windows 7
Thousands of users waiting to help! Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. Google [Bot] and 1 guest. Because the windows installer does not have the same in-depth knowledge of your hardware, it defaults to the driver that will work on the most systems: Making the drive a Ccdrom drive will destroy any data already on the drive.
I don’t request you to work on it,I know is need of hardware to test and time for this. It was one of ods things that I wrote for a project at my work, but it is no longer useful there, and it has been sitting idle for almost a year.
But early you say “I would intend on open sourcing it”source code maybe will help me or others to make this pci option rom. In the boxes select “Quick Format”, “Create extended label and icon files”, and in the drop down box select “Iso Image” and browse to the Puppy iso file you downloaded.
I must boot from cdrom. If exist virtual cd rom for dos, i can use it too.
Hard Disk Sentinel – DOS version
Extract the package to the default location, which is: I think ahhci can do up to 32mb sized transfers, and have 32 of them at a cdrok. Follow the online prompt instructions. Because of direct access of hard disks instead of using driversthe detection may be better under DOS.
Granted some of the EFI shells have some suprising user features but who wants to browse the web from their bios? Here is a good article about using Puppy to copy files.
DOS don’t recognize SATA hard disks, plus a little problem