Subject: Re: Getting started...
To: Donn Cave <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Allen Briggs <email@example.com>
Date: 02/02/2001 01:39:16
> | Try downgrading your firmware to the BeOS 3.1 level - you'll end up with
> | a decent firmware, which accepts to boot from diskettes anytime.
> That sounds like good bet - anyway, my firmware, which does boot from
> floppy, is in fact not up to date.
> In case it isn't clear what we're talking about, the firmware upgrade
> is a floppy disk that installs a new boot ROM. If you don't have the
> floppy at hand, you can get it from Be:
Cool. Thanks. It did recognize this floppy and "upgrade" to 3.2.
I presume that it was running 5.0.
In any case, inst_vga.fs is now booting!
Now I need to find some cat-5 so I don't have to keep moving the cable
Thanks a lot!
Allen Briggs firstname.lastname@example.org
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