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I am trying to install linux to a 386 with 16 mb of ram and a 40mb IDE
hard drive. I took the hard drive and put it in my pentium and
installed it just fine. When I moved the hard drive to the 386, it
would not start up. Instead, it would just put a L and a bunch of 04s
on the screen. I've seen this before like when I put a 1.44 mb floppy
image to a 1.2mb disk. I can't seem to figure out what is wrong. I put
the 40mb hard drive back into the pentium and it booted just fine
without any problems.
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