Sithtiger, Sep 17, 2016, in forum: Hardware Replies: 2 Views: 218 Sithtiger Sep 20, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. however, the manual only addresses a pcmcia hdd (and a proprietary one at that). nor do i have the toshiba pcmcia cdrom or the toshiba fdd. The CF+ 3.0 spec adds an option to pretend that a CF+ device is non-removable magnetic storage. http://premiumtechblog.com/trying-to/trying-to-help-a-friend-find-an-agp-video-card-for-around-160-or-less.html
That would explain the lack of love for the CF to PCMCIA adapter. It can be the same if you install to a USB flash drive. Join Date Dec 2008 Beans 73 Re: How do I boot from CF card in PCMCIA slot on a powerbook You are right about the openfirmware. This implementation guide to Juniper Network routers, teaches readers how to configure, deploy, and maintain Juniper routing solutions.
CIS description is included in Appendix B of PC Card specification. What I see your problem is that the BIOS has problem booting from PCMCIA device so having an alternative booting media(and a minimal linux) as a loader should meet the need. From experience I know that depending on how they were used, PCMCIA ATA devices may have a perfectly good partition table but not a suitable boot loader code in the MBR
Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads booting from pcmcia cd-rom--"card services"? To join the discussion, please login or register. The only way I am going to get it to boot from the PCMCIA is to figure out a way to mount the device in open firware before I attempt to When the router boots, it first attempts to access the software image on the PC Card.
Reply With Quote 11-07-2003,12:36 AM #4 garyng View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member registered user Join Date Mar 2003 Posts 872 you may try my win32 grub patch Lawrence H. Neither is recognized in openfirmware. Will be interesting to see if this at least works.
Maybe booting from PCMCIA might be limited to supported IBM peripherals - Token Rings or external PCMCIA optical drives. plpbt.bin has all drivers included. Is there any clear documentation or step by step instructions on how to do this. thanks for the advice.
As long as the card has appropriate MBR, partition table, and bootable operating system, it works great. Pavlichek, Lawrence H. Advertisement DrivenYFZ Thread Starter Joined: May 27, 2008 Messages: 5 I am running windows xp on a zd7000 hp laptop and have a sata PCMCIA card with an external hard drive I tried different ideas with the flash card but nothing worked 1.
The HDD sub-option has "PC Card" and "Built-in HDD" as options. weblink Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I am trying to install Ubuntu on a 8 gig CF card mounted in the PCMCIA slot. Michal Necasek says: February 25, 2016 at 2:11 pm Hmm, do you know of some existing tool that shows the state?
Message 7 of 10 (23,903 Views) Reply benb Recognized Expert Posts: 205 Registered: 11-05-2007 0 Kudos Re: Help w/ creating bootable PC Card/PCMCIA Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe Join Date Dec 2008 Beans 73 Re: How do I boot from CF card in PCMCIA slot on a powerbook Yes, it looks like I have the same issue. He is a Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist (JNCIS) and also holds a variety of Cisco certifications. navigate here You are going to have to boot into openfirmware I think to work out the openfirmware path to the files or your device.
No, create an account now. When your laptop has only one USB port, then you are able to get more USB ports with an USB PC-Card. What i'm trying to acheive is to have the router boot up off the PCMCIA card instead of flash or the harddrive.I'm running into issues w/ the router wanting to wipe
Adv Reply January 3rd, 2012 #9 rsavage View Profile View Forum Posts Iced Almond Soy Ubuntu, No Foam Join Date Jan 2011 Beans 1,105 Re: How do I boot from Wayne W. Trowa Barton says: February 26, 2016 at 6:59 pm Yes plain 560. It is likely the automatic installer cannot workout the openfirmware path to the start files.
On the TP forums, someone claimed to have booted DOS from a CF card on a 701 but it only worked with FreeDOS. I'm not sure if the router is even loading the PC Card/PCMCIA at boot up. If not do this! his comment is here which i was also hoping to avoid.
I would download the 1103 driver, extract the contents onto a floppy, and try that with the USB floppy. Jason says: February 18, 2016 at 11:25 pm you need a card that is an ATAPI card. Pingback: Removable CF Card, or Not | OS/2 Museum T Mark says: January 31, 2017 at 4:39 am Found this site after dusting off my TP560, type 2640-50A. The 701 is different from everything else so no guesses.
Thomas, Doris E. The ThinkPad 370C manual (but I have no 370C) even suggests how to modify CONFIG.SYS if OS/2 is booted from a PC Card so that it could load the PCMCIA drivers Then I copied the i386 folder from Win XP CD to the HDD.
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