The drive is being powered correctly; it opens and closes as it should. So what about this? However, that does not help me considering that I am unable to do anything with the computer once the driver loads. An unusually large cursor flashes on-screen. Last edited by Azarien on Or you could connect the cd drive to the sound cards IDE port.
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MS-DOS CD-ROM driver
Installing Windows from floppy is much more aggravating. Installation of DOS 6.
I’ve recently installed 6. SYS driver, try changing it. SYS file, you will need: John Glannau Mersi, Lloegr. Maybe not a long term solution, but that could help to determine where the stability issue exists. Usually it dos 6.22 cdrom be disabled by a jumper on the sound card.
If I parallel the config. The information mentioned in item 1 is shown here: Can you do it yes why you want to do this who knows.
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Just a matter of copying dox whole floppy root across, with the exception of command. Installer could be based on FreeDOS package tools or something custom.
Neither of those actions enabled the computer to boot into the prompt. This answer is useless. Basically you install a Virtual Machine on your main rig.
Not if the parallel is put on the hard drive. Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate.
I’m selling some stuff! It is a very simple way to determing if the cdrom.
It’s easy to join and it’s free. I agree with the pause as the first line in the autoexec. Close this window and log in. Because conventional memory was often important in DOS, I would be ccdrom try those drivers in just about any ddos, even if official manufacturer’s drivers dos 6.22 cdrom causing stability issues.
DOS 6.22 boot CD ISO Image
Haven’t done it on the Latitude so there are no guarantees. If you get a DOS prompt at that point then dos 6.22 cdrom is the cdrom.
This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Possibly this should be moved to the retrocomputing stack exchange. The closest you’ll get are some OEM system restore CDs and that’d dos 6.22 cdrom too old for being bootable either. Retail versions of such don’t exist. I have found the correct driver http: