Put in a hot cam with a ribcase and everything will be fine.
> From: Larry Macy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Computers not MGs (ran out of options)
> Date: Friday, November 28, 1997 10:48 PM
> Yea I know it's a DOS question but I have to impress the boss with my
> Off brand Intel DX2, 400 MB C: drive, CD ROM, 8 MB RAM. I need to install
> a 1.7 Seagate ST31720A. 1.7 MB, best I can do is a 504MB D: drive and I
> loose the CD. I suspect the BIOS cannot handle this. American Megatrends
> 1992 - 1993. Used fdisk from dos 6.20 and 6.22 and the BIOS driver.
> Started out wih 20MB and now have 504. This is a 1.7 GB drive. It is
> installed as a D: (slave) drive. Startup is a Western Digital 400 MB w/
> dos 6.20. Win 3.1 with Norton desktop (which I forgot how to kill, tired
> the win.ini and the system.ini??)
> Lets see, what else, 8MB RAM, Soundblaster card, MS Mouse driver. Tried
> all the built in formatting options.
> On A Mac - just set the SCSI ID and go.
> Larry Macy
> 78 Midget
> Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
> System Manager/Administrator
> Neuropsychiatry Section
> Department of Psychiatry
> University of Pennsylvania
> 3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
> Philadelphia, PA 19104