Re: HP C180-XP CDROM boot.
Hmmm. The only reason I went "private" is that I got your original reply
via the list AND a private reply. So, I thought that was an invitation to
go private. Maybe there might be a way to setup the list so that replies
are only to or through the list. Anyway, I have no problem with this
On Fri, 18 Apr 2003, Thibaut VARENE wrote:
> First of all, this is definitly the LAST time I answer a private mail
> coming from a m-l thread. Nothing personnal there, but you're not the
> first one, and i'm getting tired repeating the same remarks again and
> I'll add a comment about not answering mails in private on the
> mailing-list webpage right now since it's not clearly stated.
> The most obvious reason NOT TO DO SO is that I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT'S WRONG
> with your setup, but somebody else on the m-l might.
> Since you didn't CC'd the m-l, if i hadn't posted back to the m-l you
> would have lost any chance to get that info.
> And for what it's worth, this is not a private lesson. m-l archives are
> useful for other buggers to find info in it, darn it! :P
> Thibaut VARENE
> The PA/Linux ESIEE Team
> On Thu, 17 Apr 2003 14:27:58 -0700 (PDT)
> "K. David Prince" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Well, I eliminated hint #3. I did pull out the CD-ROM. I didn't find
> > anything that obviously pointed to the block size. Here's the info I
> > have off of the CD-ROM:
> > HP CS P/N: A1658-60019 <== Bootable? I can't find any references on
> > this.
> > "Class 1 Laser Product Per IEC 825"
> > Jumper block items:
> > ID1 N/J
> > ID2 Jumper
> > ID4 N/J
> > Parity Jumper
> > Term On/Off N/J
> > Prv/Alw N/J <== This one may be what I'm looking for.
> > Test N/J
> > Power Supply N/J
> > N/J = "No Jumper"
> > Is there a special place to find the block size jumper?
> > Dave
> > On Thu, 17 Apr 2003, Thibaut VARENE wrote:
> > > 1) You have a non-bootable CD drive (like some cd recorders and some
> > > incompatible cd readers)
> > > 2) the block size (usually a jumper on the back) is incorrectly set.
> > > Check it's '512'.
> > > 3) You have put the CD upside down in the cd tray.