can't install LINUX, DOS can't find CDROM drive (WIN95)

can't install LINUX, DOS can't find CDROM drive (WIN95)

Post by Jennife » Sun, 09 Nov 1997 04:00:00

I used Partition magic to allow a choice on bootup between WIN95 and LINUX.
The CD is still recognized by WIN95 (drive name did not change) but when I
to DOS mode to load LINUX from Slackward 3.3 it says drive not found.  I am
new to PCs and I don't know how to begin to solve the problem.


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