From: Andrew Kemmy (andrew.kemmy at domain bicsystems.com)
Date: Mon 25 Jun 2001 - 14:39:12 IST
Try using a new floppy.
If this doesn't work try a (different) new floppy.
Sometimes it's a case of fourth time lucky...
Also try putting the floppy disk drive that you made the boot floppy
with in the Dell machine.
Linux boot floppies are a bit less tolerant of bad disks / miscalibrated
floppy drives than dos boot discs.
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