Report • #11 Mike Newcomb February 1, 2012 at 02:47:10 Hi Dingalong,this thread become somewhat complicated because you did not advise what you were trying to achieve in the first place. Reboot windows and it will recognize the second drive! Report NyteFyre22- Jan 3, 2009 at 05:20 PM diggleydog Thank you so much, I was about ready to pull my hair out because I could not figure out how to make Regarding a virtual machine, I don't want to go there. Check This Out
I have tried every configuration I can think of with no luck. So you will need to try some recovery techniques BEFORE returning a faulty drive.Before you get too panicked, try one simple thing that SOMETIMES fixes things. Perfect for Internet, Not for heavy usage or gaming however. I'm trying to recover some old data files and to run a few MS-DOS programs related thereto.
Use the MBR partition scheme and FAT 32 for the file system. Maybe you'll be luckier? That action necessitates removal of the case which I wouldn't want to repeat many times. A CCM membership gives you access to additional options.
And I could add the files I needed, on a case by case basis, from the other DOS 6,22 disks on hand. Fortune Cookie says: Fortune not Found: Abort, Retry, Ignore? I created an MS-DOS Startup Disk from the format menu. Freedos Mount Hard Drive USB 3.0 Drives If you have a USB 3.0 external hard drive, there are a couple of extra considerations you have to take into account.
In Disk Management, just right-click on the disk and choose Change Drive Letter and Paths. Dos Sata Driver Leave your dvdrom drive out for the time being. Perhaps I can choose a direct approach and simply transfer the selected materials to new storage media without checking on it's condition. Click start, and in the search bar type in Hard Drive, click on create HDD partitions.
I created an MS-DOS Startup Disk from the format menu. Ntfs4dos Report • #26 IVO February 2, 2012 at 09:27:07 Did you just try to run your DOS programs directly under Win 2000 loading them from your floppies?Win 2000 has a built-in Otherwise I could load DOS 6.22 on it. I presume that this is due to XP If it is, MS deserve a k*ck up the backside!!!
Most of my DOS programs are fairly simple and I don't think I would need many DOS files on a single disk. If you touch the side of the drive you should feel a slight vibration. Freedos List All Drives Get the answer moongirlFeb 28, 2010, 8:31 AM Paperdoc said: Boot device sequence is not likely your problem. Gcdrom.sys Download Does anyone have the solution?
I created a logical partition with PM which could then be seen by DOS and Windows. http://pseudoblog.net/hard-drive/dual-boot-with-two-hard-drives.html If I would have had a partitioned hard drive, it may have been helpful but I don't have it. Report • #10 DAVEINCAPS January 31, 2012 at 20:05:20 The computer that has the 5.25 drive--does it have a working, booting hard drive in it? Report • #22 dingaling February 1, 2012 at 20:18:06 Jolicloud: Thanks for the alternative OS link. Freedos Mount Usb
I graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, GA in 2002 with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. Here there are both Config.sys and autoexec.bat But i still don't understand how to instal the SATA drive written above Edited by Barnack, 10 February 2014 - 01:49 PM. thanks I really didnt want to have to mess around with dos and fdisk Report NickNYC 15Posts Saturday February 14, 2009Registration date February 17, 2009 Last seen › Maniac1914 - Feb this contact form Thanks for the info about hard drive size-that likely explains it.
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Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I don't know why, and I haven't put in a lot of time to try to figure it out because I only needed the drive for backup. The fact that the hard drive of the computer, when booted with a MS-DOS disk is not recognized, gives me reason to be fearful about what other incompatibilies will surface in Freedos List Drives the dingaling Report • #5 Jolicloud January 31, 2012 at 12:04:42 ✔ Best AnswerYes, natively MS-DOS does not read NTFS Format, there are workarounds:NTFS Reader Bootable Floppy http://www.ntfs.com/boot-disk-dos.htmNTFSDOS Professional (ignore advertising
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Several functions may not work. i REALLY need my DOS to recognize SATA, it's nearlya matter of life or death... And eventually it gives up and completes the boot process, but it does NOT show the Seagate drive because it can't respond properly.Go to the Seagate website and look for their If you call Seagate they will offer to replace the drive for free.
And again. For more information about the FAT32 file system, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: Good Luck Roger P.S. When in doubt of data cable condition, replace it.For SATA cables, Seagate recommends using cables shorter than 39.37 inches (1 meter). For further information, please see Document ID: 182453. If the drive has become corrupt or has bad sectors, these tools can fix it.
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