As Mario says, put the .boot file on a floppy. If the system boots, you’ll
have to a arrange very small partition at the beginning of the drive and put
the .boot file on that partition. You can use the same .boot file, though.
David Orr wrote:
It is a 20 gig eide drive.
“David Orr” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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I have installed QNX 4.25E on a spare partitiion (using the cd installer
method) on a drive that already has a windows 2000 partition installed and
working. The windows partition is no.4 and QNX is supposedly no.1 but when
the QNX boot loader looks at no.1 partition it sees no operating system
file. If I use an old 4.24 boot disk and run fdisk it shows that partition
is not bootable and cannot be made bootable with the fdisk utility. When I
installed the os it showed that the boot image was made and the sysinit
was too. What to do next?
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