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Bug#34698: marked as done (help!)

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Package: boot-floppies
Version: 17/3/99
architecture:  i386
model: intel P166
memory: 32 mb of SDRAM

when I press enter at the boot: prompt, it says "loading
root.bin.............boot failed"
what does this error message mean and can you help me?

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