Just can't do it

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    You don't have to say it if you don't like to.
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    >Lesson 1: "How to improve self-confidence without having to write an OS"<

    LOL...I resent that.

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    So, you wrote that OS, HillBillie? That's pretty neat. Why is it better? What are the advantages?

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    I don't think, he wrote that OS. He just tells how good it is. I tried to use it but it got an error.

    Chapter 2: So you could not buy an OS.
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    Oh.

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    LMAO...no no. I didn't write BeOS! If that's what you inquire.

    I have been working on one lately, though, and it's quite "hush, hush".

    So, you've tried running BeOS, gamegod? Do you remember what error you got?

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    >So, you've tried running BeOS, gamegod? Do you remember what error you got?<

    I belive it was something along the lines off:

    Unable to mound hard disk.
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    Hmm...my friend got that same exact error. The fix is pretty easy tho'....

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    Let me guess I need to get Beos profesinal.

    so what is it.
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    Haha, funny. It was a while ago, but I'm pretty sure I just used a boot floppy to start BeOS.

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    I tried that to.


    I just rembered that I have a program that lets my computer use my 30g hard drive. Would that be the problem.
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    Hmm....I don't know then. I remember reading about this but I can't remember what the fix was (but it was simple)...

    >I just rembered that I have a program that lets my computer use my 30g hard drive. Would that be the problem.<

    Wait, the program is the only way for you to use the 30gig on your computer?

    BeOS can recognize up to 17 terabyte hard disks....

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    >Wait, the program is the only way for you to use the 30gig on your computer?

    BeOS can recognize up to 17 terabyte hard disks....,<

    Yes, is the only way for my computer use the hard drive. The program over rights my bios settings, witch does support such a large drive. I am using the latest bios upgrade.
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    I'd bet that's the reason then. If that program is system-dependent then your outta luck. It's not BeOS's fault.

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    >I'd bet that's the reason then. If that program is system-dependent then your outta luck. It's not BeOS's fault.<

    Yes it is.

    Normal Boot:

    Bios, EZ-Bios (thats the program that over rides my bios), windows

    Attemped BEOS boot

    Bios, Ez-Bios, press control, choose boot from floppy, insert flopy, beos tries to load.

    Compley BEOS fault.
    To Err Is To Be Human. To Game Is Divine!"

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