The first few things "MSDOS, HIMEM, COMMAND" cannot be moved into upper memory (for the most part, I'll touch on that later). generally considered more reliable then IDE (usually the choice for 24/7 running server machines) 7 to 15 devices depending on a single controller not hampered by BIOS size limits in older It should look like this though on mostly older boards if it is present it may not have the plastic guide around it and just be pins. there's a TON of information out there but you had to get pieces of it here and there. this contact form
Assuming everything went well and you ran memmaker with the settings suggested and changed your LASTDRIVE value your mem should now look something like this. CF is basically IDE so It won't give you to many issues. Write precomp should not affect bootability. 65535 is none (no write precomp). I don't think Quantum ever made IDE drives that small. check that
the first is MEM which displays the amount of conventional memory you have free as well as XMS and EMS. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology....https://books.google.com/books/about/PC_Mag.html?id=HpsOD9ZeqScC&utm_source=gb-gplus-sharePC MagMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchSubscribeGet Textbooks on Google PlayRent and save from the world's One popular option is to pair a IDE to SCSI adapter with a compact flash card and adapter creating an extremely fast solid state drive option. Click here to join today!
and were not even assuming you want to install a network card, have a zip drive always available or run some sort of VESA video utility like UNIVBE. 530kb is a Selecting BIOS features setup lets me change boot order in case I want to boot from a CD drive before the hard drive. Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you think Snapchat stock is a good investment? Test your hard drive.See the last part of response 4.If the hard drive itself passes the test, the data problems can probably be fixed.If the hard drive itself DOES NOT pass
These old computers didn't detect things like the number of heads, tracks, and sectors per track automatically; you had to tell them. See if you can find a HP or Compaq CD for it labellled "XP Re-installation CD " or similar. . I took the HD back out, hooked it up to an old Pentium with a HD and installed Windows 3.1 hoping the computer would boot from Wndows. It allows partitions much bigger than 40MB.
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See there's also a place called "upper memory" where using a memory managing program we can shift some of those programs from conventional memory to upper memory. Read More Here SETVER is mostly useless and can be deleted but it takes so little memory why bother? Report • #18 DAVEINCAPS March 1, 2013 at 18:16:23 Using 3.3 you won't have access to any ram above 640K but if win 3.1 installs it should run OK. I'm not going to get to into drivers or hardware to much, with the exception of hard drives since they form an important aspect of installing the OS.
Report • #10 Tubesandwires September 7, 2011 at 07:30:59 Test the hard drive FIRST.READ the Owner's or User's manual for your model.- If you can press a key while booting and http://visu3d.com/solved-hard/solved-hard-drive-os-help.html easier to have up to 2GB drive partitions in DOS Cons generally harder to come by and more expensive then IDE can be harder to set up and be booted from Report • #10 shabba2 March 1, 2013 at 04:51:34 I'll work on this tonight when I get home. Search for ".sys" and select "config.sys".
Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues198019902000 Feb-Mar 1982Aug-Oct 1982Nov 1982Feb-Apr 1983Jun 1983Jul 1983Aug 1983Sep 1983Oct 1983Nov 1983Dec 1983Jan 24, 1984Feb 7, 1984Feb 21, 1984Mar 6, 1984Mar 20, 1984Apr I suspect you will have more luck with fdisk and format from the 6.22 disk. Most Compaq computers I've come across that had XP installed on them originally came with an XP re-installation CD or similar and in that case they DID NOT have a Recovery navigate here It boots directly from the a: drive.
Perhaps when I get a little more desperate later. The exact effect of that is unpredictable. You may also come across some oddball types or full height drives.
There are alternatives such as JEMM and QEMM and so forth that from what I've read can free even more memory at the sake of slight compatibility. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.com - PCMag.com is a leading authority on technology, delivering Labs-based, independent reviews of the latest products and services. Report • #9 ijack March 1, 2013 at 00:23:26 If the new disk is a different size to the old one the ID cannot possibly be correct (unless it has been There are ways around the 512mb limit and if you want you can always create several partitions.
Newer SCSI drives may use a combined connector that combines the power and data cable. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. but this adds up to 200MB I've tried with both 1 and 2 heads and I get different errors with 2 heads Missing operating system with 1 head DRIVE NOT READY his comment is here IDE AND SCSI now will go over the two most likely drives you'll be using and there pros and cons.
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2. I might be coming back to your weblog for more soon. But you need to see the C: drive before you can make the hard drive bootable. Its slightly larger then the IDE connector.
When your into DOS and at the command prompt which should be C:\ there are two commands you can use that are very helpful in seeing the amount of memory you Autodetect was uncommon on 386's, and this system doesn't have it. The programs mentioned below ALL have free versions, you can buy them if you w… PC Windows OS Microsoft Legacy OS Laptops Notebooks Desktops Setting up a computer should NOT be Personally I stick to more tried and true conventional drives in my systems but I will use CF drives in lesser used or special purpose systems.
for those with dodgy eyes, the settings (pressumably) for that HDD are 2108 cylinders, 2 heads, 65535 (max)precomp, 2109 Landing Strip, 97 sectors which makes 200MB lifeessence, Dec 30, 2009 Report • #7 ijack February 28, 2013 at 21:32:08 That's a good point. you would probably have a hard time fitting these in a standard tower setup and I've only come across them in OEM cases. Frank4d, Dec 30, 2009 #4 lifeessence Thread Starter Joined: Jul 4, 2007 Messages: 114 DR DOS 6.0 with a pseudo-GUI (Point & Shoot?) complete with a whole load of programs and
Investigating further with the MEM /C /P command. It doesn't matter if you have 8mb of ram or 256mb DOS is going to be the same as far as that first 640 and how you can mess with it. Report • #15 ijack March 1, 2013 at 09:38:18 Yes, except with 6.22 you will be able to make the whole disk one partition. It frees up a block that is reserved for a monochrome (black & white) displays.
See where it says LASTDRIVE=Z? The setup will also ask if you want the "Express" or "Advanced" option. Unfortunately none of the BIOS settings were recorded before the battery died. Those that have gotten it to work report that like SCSI that I'll talk about in a moment it does overcome the BIOS hard drive size limitation.