Updating escd boot problem
Press Enter to allow the system files to load, Let me know when you get here It will be in the BIOS but I don't know what your BIOS looks like.
You will have to look through all of the tabs until you find the video adapter and it should tell you.
As I only have one old 80MB IDE HD at my disposal, I've decided to use IDE/CF Adapter with 4GB CF card as my primary HD.
Configuration is able to boot with old Maxtor 80MB hard drive into DOS, however every time I try to boot with CF card I'm being stuck on "Updating ESCD" problem...
set the CDROM as first boot device in BIOS, then Floppy , then HDD and if you want to boot to HDD just remove all CDs/diskettes. A Flash BIOS Disk doesn't need the win98 startup disk stuff....you create one on another PC and bring it to yours, and boot from it and flash....remember to move the jumper on mobo if necessary. Backup All Important Data/Docs patchem;just read a litlle bit of article you posted - and Set the Plugn Play BIOS to NO. TT4UNotification: These are just my thoughts...should be carefully measured against other opinions.
Fw-300 .qstn-title #ya-trending-questions-show-more, #ya-related-questions-show-more #ya-trending-questions-more, #ya-related-questions-more /* DMROS */ .The only thing I suspect is the BIOS having some problem. Also; Make sure the HDD IDE Config is set to "AUTO".Things I tried:clear the CMOS by removing the battery from the Mother Board and also read the MB Manual to clear the BIOS. The problem is that I want to flash the BIOS as I see that as the last option that may do the trick. Make sure the Floppy Controller is enabled AND Floppy (A:\) is Listed as First Boot Device, and the parameters are correct for floppy in BIOS (ie.TT4UNotification: These are just my thoughts...should be carefully measured against other opinions.Not sure where to put this, feel free to move if appropriate. I'm thinking that this is probably normal and I just didn't notice it before. And of course I took the oportunity (since I had the case open) to remove a disused winmodem and swap slots with my sound card.