On 11 Apr 99, at 12:04, Real Melancon wrote:
> I just got we new 3.1 CD.
> I mount the SCSI drive on 2920 Adaptec with DOS
> without any problems.
> I typed: D:\INSTALL
> and got: Invalid command or file name
> INSTALL.BAT just calls fbsdboot.exe which is in
> the d:\tools subdirectory, so I just added
> typed: D:\INSTALL again
> and got: Invalid file format!
> the install.bat is just:
> fbsdboot.exe -D kernel
> This is a brand new CD. I tried all kind of different
> installations but it's no use since it only recognized
> the IDE drive (200 mb) and can't recognized the SCSI
> drive (which is 3.2gig)
> Is the CD buggy, or am I missing something. Any answer
> would be really appreciated.
I *think* you are using the wrong instructions. I've never installed that
way. Perhaps using the floppies would help. See the
http://www.freebsddiary.com/freebsd/dual.htm and it will walk you through
installation on a Windows 95 box. It will also point you to the sections
in the handbook you should have read. It *sounds* to me like you didn't
do that first.
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