OS/2 Warp 3 Help... (Yes, off topic...)

From: Fritz Chwolka <Chwolka_at_nt-gmbh.de>
Date: Wed May 13 20:47:23 1998

Hotze wrote:
> OK... remember that Arthur J. Carp fellow... well, I got a copy of Warp 3...
> 3.5" disks. (It's been a while...) Anyway, this is semi-on topic, as
> OS/2's a pretty good story, and older versions are classic.
> So here's the deal. I can get all the way to Disk 6, then I re-insert
> the Install diskette. Then, it asks me to reboot. I reboot, and it's not
> there. I also have Windows 95 on this system. So how do I: Get past that
> 2) Get to see the drive's contents (it's not the same C as FAT 32 sees
> it...)
> Thanks,
> Tim D. Hotze

The OS/2 systempartition must be below the fist 2 Gigabytes..
all other partitions for that fancy OS may stay everywere..
It seend as if you install in a partition which goes ahead the first 2
GB on the hd.
I use warp 3 connect.
Warp 4 is slower...


Fritz Chwolka / collecting old computers just for fun.
Received on Wed May 13 1998 - 20:47:23 BST

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