Yes, I get that, too, and RtP loads after a few seconds. Not sure why your
system doesn’t boot. I did, however install in the following order:
- Windows ME in it’s own partition
- QNX from the ISO image CD in it’s own partition
- BeOS from the BeOS pro CD in it’s own partition.
Yes, I’m running 3 seperate OS’s–I’m a glutton for punishment
Try posting on the inn.qnx.com news server (QNX corporate news server, I
believe). I’ve gotten incredible responses from there–QNX seems to be a
class act and isn’t afraid to interact with their users!
“Aïolizator aka J.C.” <email@example.com> wrote in message
“David J. Lowe” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > a écrit dans le message news:
Ij4B5.277$> rQ6.email@example.com> …
Yes, I did. Sounds like you might have accidentally chosen to use QNX’s
boot manager. There was a point during installation that you had to
to use QNX or the current boot manager.
No, no ! I’m sure that I’ve chosen to keep my current boot manager (I did
at least twice, very carefully !)
When booting, i see BeOS boot manager, and when I chose QNX Neutrino, I
this message : “Loading QNX Neutrino Press Press Esc for alternate OS”
Any clue ?
C ya !