Hello, I have had problems booting MS-DOS 6.0. I got semi-random systemcrashes (hangs) when I made boot images using dosfiles from a directory. I also tried with an image of the whole disk (dd ...) same result. I am trying to make a DOSboot using MSClient software to connect to my Samba server. I am using netboot 0.9e for bootROM as wel as boot images. The netcard uses an RTL8139 chip. I included the option /testmem:off at the himem.sys commandline, but it doesn't know this parameter (v 3.09). If I use the -k option with mknbi-dos then I get two different responses: -k all, -k undi --> System boots fine, except netcarddriver won't load. -k none --> System hangs immediately after "Starting MS-DOS...". I do not even get output from himem.sys,... When changing the imagesize to 2880, the boot hangs at a later time. Linux and menu images boot fine. I tried the demo menu.mgl file supplied, but I don't get any colors? Somebody knows a solution? If you want more detailed info, please ask. Hope somebody knows how to fix this. Greetz, Jan =========================================================================== This Mail was sent to netboot mailing list by: "Freegates" <Oblivion@freegates.be> To get help about this list, send a mail with 'help' as the only string in it's body to email@example.com. If you have problems with this list, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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