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RE: Installation

Try to update your BIOS.
Go to the related website and download the new version of related BIOS.
This is easy.

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-----Original Message-----
From: linux-india-programmers-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:linux-india-programmers-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Ambar Roy
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 12:27 PM
To: linux-india-programmers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [LIP] Installation

i was partially wrong... almost all 486 dx2/4 boards will not detect hdds
above 8gb and most don't detect hdds > 2 gb... and one dx2 board that i had
cud not use hdds > 540MB!!!!
> I don't think so. I am runnig 4.3 GB HDD on a 486DX4. Although not to
rpove you
> incorrect, but exact limit may vary from BIOS to BIOs and I don't know it
for my
> machine...
> > in most cases a 20gb hdd wud run as a 2.1gb hdd on yr 486dx2.. install
> > in this 2gb hdd, and then try and use fdisk to reclaim the remaining hdd
> > space, though in most cases u can't use more than 2.1gb on these old
> > computers!!

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