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i have 2 HDD bouth FAT36 and my Memstick witch is formated to FAT
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Originally Posted by RaZzY
i have 2 HDD bouth FAT36 and my Memstick witch is formated to FAT
I'm using a bootable CD made after a win98 bootable diskette. Win ME boot diskettes work also very well, stay away of these boot disks made with XP, 2000 or other windows.

I think (preety sure) the problem is that you have a bad BOOT CD. At the begining of the boot there should be an image with 3-4 chices depending on the CD:
1.Start MS-DOS with cdrom support
2.Start MS-DOS without cdrom support
3.Minimal boot
4.HELP

When this shows up pick the first or the second option. If it doesn't show up I very much doubt that what you have is a bootable CD.
The diskettes made with XP or 2000 (or 95) don't have the option of booting with CDrom support. I think your bootCD doesn't even boot the HDDs if they are FAT32 and still you can't acces them.
You need a floppy at least for 2min or there must be somebody that has one and a CDwriter. You can download a file from here that writes on a diskette the WIN98 boot sequence. With this diskette and a burning software (I prefer NERO) you can make a good bootable CD.
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ok i can get the e:, but when i put in the nvflash it say filename abd or somthing like that.........long stroy short nvflash dsonet whant to work
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and e: is a HDD partition or the CDrom? This makes all the difference in the world. nvflash must be on a HDD partition so that it can write the BIOS file on it.
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ohhhhh
so i IF I JUST PUT NVFLASH ON THE C: DRIVE NOT IN ANY FOLDER IT SHOULD FIND IT?
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i can get to nvflash ok now, i have turend of write protect on the gc and it say file write error! what is going on have i missed something?
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