After installation, system restarts with LINUX 5.1 disk in
CD-ROM, and SCSI components are identified as follows:
*SCSI ID:LUN NUMBER #:# 0:0 - QUANTUM VIKING 4.5 DRIVE C:
*SCSI ID:LUN NUMBER #:# 3:0 - PLEXTOR CD-ROM PX-12TS
A BOOTABLE CD-ROM IS DETECTED IN YOUR CD-ROM DRIVE...
The boot sections on your bootable CD-ROM are:
0. DEFAULT ENTRY
YOUR CD-ROM DRIVE IS INSERTED AS DRIVE A: (0h). THE
ORIGINAL DRIVE A: HAS BECOME DRIVE B:
SCSI ID:LUN NUMBER #:# 4:0 - SyQuest SyJet-S - Drive D:(81h)
*=>"Plug and Play" peripheral--SCSI ID auto-assigned
BIOS INSTALLED SUCCESSFULLY!
after which there is no command line, even when I try
<crtl><alt><F1> and cannot use my computer. I tried
switching cables to fake it out but they are not compatible.
I want to go back to WIN/NT because I've put way too much
time into this install. How do I get a command prompt so I
can reformat with DOS? I really don't want to run up a
repair bill having someone else troubleshoot this just so I
can use NT again. Please help!
SYSTEM CONFIG IS SCSI; ADAPTEC 2940UW; ALL COMPONENTS ARE KNOWN TO BE
COMPATIBLE WITH LINUX 5.1; INTEL DUAL PPRO 180MHZ; 196MB RAM
This is a hardware problem. You are never even getting to the point
you would boot an operating system. The first step would probably be
to take the CD-Rom disk out of the CD-Rom drive. Let me guess, an NT
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