Rick Moen said:
> is loaded (in the running kernel): It routes your ATA support via the
> Does the SCSI card include an option ROM (int13h hook)? If not, then it
> can't be relevant to booting. But, if you want to find out for sure,
> take it out for testing purposes.
It does have this option. I removed it but still failed until I ... set a
raid array in the controller. It then decided I had something to boot
from. Problem is, it then disables the SCSI card which where my CDROM
drives are ...
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