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Not the answer you're looking for? I'll have to contact my usual PC repair shop then Thanks all. Get one > here: > http://www.bootdisk.com/ > > wrote: > > I am in cmd.exe and try to use the AFUDOS BIOS utility. > > It comes up: > > ERROR: In order for the self-extracting utility to work properly, the MS-DOS Prompt must NOT be run in DOS compatibility mode. weblink
Leave this shortcut set to the Windows default, "Starting an MS-DOS Prompt Restarts Computer in MS-DOS Mode (Q159763)."b. It will boot but show bad BIOS checksum Should i try and remove the HDD (1 TB spinpoint F3)? Jun 19, 2014 at 4:12 AM #2 Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain Joined: Dec 21, 2011 Messages: 11,222 (6.38/day) Thanks Received: 31,190 System Specs System Name: My Fortress/Trish (WCG-1)/Julia (WCG-2)/Norton03/Lil' Ella (WCG-5)/Junior02 Point is, floppy. http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20090203003657440&board_id=1&model=A8N-VM&page=1&SLanguage=en-us
You clicked on the START button, selected Programs, and then the MS-DOS PROMPT.PIF;* * * * * * * * * *Phase One (a. So i can't flash it from an USB? There are about 1.9 million pages when you search for DOS and NTFS but the first few should do you. But if I > > use > >>>a W98/W95/MS-DOS boot disk, I won't be able to read my W2K NTFS drive, >>>correct? >>> >>>Thanks, >>>Dan Hacker >>> >>>"Bob I" <> wrote
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Use the list and select "Lie about Windows version" may be one to try.Hint: Because of the way Windows allocates memory, memory below 1Mb is a limited resource even when you home depot or walmart or like store and get a coincell battery should be cr2032 HTC says thanks. Additional information is provided below on this subject. It has been my practice to enter %COMSPEC% as the "CMD Line" entry on the PIF Program tab, instead of using a path and filename for COMMAND.COM.Tip: When creating a PIF
What is the best way to upgrade gear in Diablo 3? Sorry, but that's how the rest of us find stuff. Found new BIOS versions to download on ASUS official website (here), but I don't know how to update it using them. Jun 20, 2014 at 3:27 PM #18 FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!" Joined: Oct 13, 2008 Messages: 18,616 (6.37/day) Thanks Received: 7,889 Location: IA, USA System Specs System Name: BY-2015 Processor: Intel
That is quick and easy to try. –KCotreau Jun 18 '11 at 1:42 Its easy enough to reset to default settings. http://superuser.com/questions/298742/trouble-with-new-hard-drive-on-old-computer-and-bios-update Those were the times ...Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Running Dos in Windows 98 by Seeking / October 1, 2004 7:13 AM PDT In reply to: Just tried to remove the motherboard's battery but couldn't with the tools I have here. –David McDavidson Jun 18 '11 at 1:45 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Is But if I > > use > >>> a W98/W95/MS-DOS boot disk, I won't be able to read my W2K NTFS drive, > >>> correct? > >>> > >>> Thanks, >
Right now, i can't do a thing because it always says bad checksum and the keyboards freezes. Cmd.exe looks like DOS but it isn't, and in any case Windows 2000 does not allow direct access to hardware so whatever it is that the utility does Windows 2000 would I heard PS2 keyboards sometimes get stuck while USB keyboards don't: i'll try using my keyboard to see if it gets stuck like his does. Don't have another one Anyway, i tried what Norton suggested and still no boot with DOS 6.22 but it does boot with DOS 7.1.
Now, type dir to display the contents of the BIOS disc. Thanks for this: trying the usbdrive.zip file and it's on the USB now but didn't get the chance to use it yet because of the above described problems This board was I unbundled the ZIP archives and burned the following files to a CD: the update utility: AFUDOS.exe BIOS image: P4R8L-ASUS-P4R8L-1006.004 (will display in DOS as P4R8L_AS.004) Next, I downloaded the FreeDOS check over here But it's only a suggestion.
With both CDs in hand it's time to begin the upgrade. You double-clicked the name of an MS-DOS application in the GUI;c. However, doing so will cause the device driver to be loaded globally (all the time which uses conventional memory).(2) When you restart Windows in MS-DOS mode, or when MS-DOS mode is
Unless you get an NTFS reader for DOS...
We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. when drive list shows up select usb as boot device and start bios flash. It says bad checksum mostly when i Ctrl+Alt+Del but it's rarer to do it if i hit the reset button. You will have to follow Cliff's suggestion to find a suitable reader.
it'd be better if you disconnect hdd (just in case) edit2: i think you'd better tell your friend it is time for upgrade. He needs this PC for his radio and it handles some programs he uses for the radio. Each MS-DOS-based application runs in its own VM.Hint: If there are no configurations files process during boot and no peripherals such as a mouse or CD-ROM is/are available in DOS, consider Copy the program that is giving the error code into the installation directory for the DOSBox program.
Q: Why do computers use the binary number system? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Where do I find 1.003? Is that why it says "this program must be run in MS-DOS" when running it from the USB?