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August 22, 2005, 8:08 pm
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I have an old pc AMD K6 II, and I want boot the system from a scsi disk.
It runs well with a IDE disk, but not with a scsi disk (4 Gb).
The motherboard BIOS allows to boot from a scsi device, it recognize the
scsi card, install the scsi bios, mount de disk, but after this
procedures the machine stop.
If there was an IDE disk attached with the scsi disk everything run well
and the pc prompt for a valid boot disk. If only the scsi disk is
attached the pc stop running and don't prompt for a boot disk.
Whatís wrong with this pc? Itís a hardware incompatibility or itís
necessary a special adjustment in any parameter of the bios?
Someone can help me?
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