From: James H. E. Maugham (CaptJHEM_at_waterw.com)
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 10:07:25 EDT
Michael W. Godfrey [mailto:migod_at_plg2.math.uwaterloo.ca] wrote:
> I went ahead and bought an 18G Toshiba HDD for my TP600E.
> BUT ... when I insert the recovery CD, it starts up then flashes a complaint
> of "invalid drive specification" (or something similar -- it disappears too
> quickly to be sure), and dumps me at the A: prompt.
> Any ideas what Ive done wrong? Does the emergency CD assume I'm using the
> orginal 6Gig HDD?
The HD _must_ be partitioned and have the C: drive formatted at 2GB in FAT16.
The remainder of the drive can be set as D: of 16GB in FAT32.
Once you have reloaded W98 from the recovery CD, you can run the FAT32
conversion utility for the C: partition.
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