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Re: Boot Failed with Debian >= 2; Toshiba

> Have you tried $ syslinux -s /dev/fd0, or the same with a: instead of
> the /dev/fd0 from dos?  The -s option, if given, will install a "safe, 
> slow and stupid" version of SYSLINUX.  That is of course after you make
> the rescue diskette.  
> HTH... DaveW

I just tried it ... still get the Boot failed as soon as my laptop reads
the disk on startup.
My desktop boots properly off the disk though.


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