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HD If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Results 1 to 13 of 13 Thread: [RESOLVED] DOS 6.22 won't boot from HD Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode September 11th, 1999,05:09 PM #1 WindBreaker Guest DOS 6.22 won't boot from HD I'm really stuck. I installed a WD 850MB (working) HDD in a DOS system, formated the drive, created the active partion and installed DOS. The install went fine, but when I boot I get a "Non-system disk" error. I tried reformatting and re-installing, but have had no luck. All the files are there, so, what gives? Also, it takes an amazingly long time to attempt the boot after the CMOS memmory count. Reply With Quote September 11th, 1999,06:15 PM #2 glussier View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Apr 1999 Posts 991 Are you sure the jumper on the hard disk is set to master? boot from floppy, at the dos prompt type the command SYS C:. If the sys.com program is not on your boot disk copy-it from your dos directory. Reply With Quote September 11th, 1999,11:32 PM #3 kappy Guest check the jumper settings on the h.d to ensure that it is in fact jumpered as MASTER. ALSO...use fdisk to view the partition and ensure that it is set to ACTIVE. in DOS systems(DOS6.22 and earlier), an H.D. larger than 520mb needs a third party utility to make the whole drive visisble to the system..disk manager or D.O.D are 2 that come to mind. Hope it helps Reply With Quote September 12th, 1999,01:16 AM #4 glussier View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Apr 1999 Posts 991 kappy, sorry about this but all version of DOS since dos4.0 can han

Opened 7 years ago Last modified 15 months ago Screen formating issue in MS-DOS 6.22 when non-system disk in Drive A: Reported by: pandarus Owned by: Priority: minor Component: other Version: VirtualBox 3.0.2 Keywords: DOS Cc: Guest type: other Host type: other Description If you start up a MS-DOS 6.22 http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?67839-RESOLVED-DOS-6-22-won-t-boot-from-HD virtual environment with a non-system disk image in drive A: the screen will display the proper error message ('Non-System disk or disk error. Replace and press any key when ready'). If you unmount the floppy disk image (menu https://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/4629 bar\Device\Umount Floppy) and then go back to the virtual MS-DOS environment and 'press and key to continue' the display text is limited to the first line in the virtual environment. Attachments VBox.log.3 (51.0 KB) - added by pandarus 7 years ago. vbox log of MS-DOS environment where issue exists Change History Changed 7 years ago by pandarus attachment VBox.log.3 added vbox log of MS-DOS environment where issue exists comment:1 Changed 15 months ago by frank Status changed from new to closed Resolution set to obsolete Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets. Download in other formats: Comma-delimited Text Tab-delimited Text RSS Feed Contact – Privacy policy – Terms of Use

the reset switch). This always starts with the special boot program software that is in the system BIOS ROM on the motherboard. The BIOS http://www.dewassoc.com/support/msdos/dos_boot_process.htm performs several steps to test the system and make it ready before an operating system can be loaded. These steps are explained in detail here: The Master Boot Record and the System Boot https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/non-system-disk-or-disk-error-msg-162404/ Sequence. Once the BIOS has completed its testing and system configuration, it begins the process of loading the operating system. The BIOS accomplishes this by searching the installed drives for a Master Boot ms dos Record in which is contained a boot code. Once found, the boot code is executed and the system is boot into the operating system. When looking for this Master Boot Record, the BIOS will search for boot devices (drives) in the order specified in the BIOS configuration settings controlling this aspect of the boot sequence. If it cannot find a boot device it will terminate with an ms dos non error. If the operating system is MS-DOS®, or any variant of Windows® other than Windows® NT or Windows® 2000, that starts out by booting the equivalent of DOS, then a specific operating system load sequence commences, which is referred to as the DOS Boot Process. If you are booting into Windows, additional steps are performed after the underlying MS-DOS® operating system has loaded. The steps below takes you through the boot process from the hard disk. If you were to boot from a floppy disk, the steps would only differ slightly in the first few steps, as the floppy disk structures are slightly different. Floppies cannot be partitioned, and hence have no master boot record or partitions. This means that the master boot record issues are skipped. MS-DOS boot process: The BIOS, having completed its test and setup functions, loads the boot code found in the master boot record and then transfers control of the system to it. At that point, the master boot record code is executed. If the boot device is a floppy disk, the process skips to step 7 below. The next step in the process is the master boot code examining the master parti

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