Booting Requirements - Test how long a title can be -SCSI adapter with a separate BIOS whose settings can be modified accordingly  

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To ensure that a computer can boot from disc, the start sequence must be set in the BIOS of the computer in such a way that the drive is addressed first as the boot drive (start sequence CD-ROM, C, A for instance). In the case of a SCSI CD-ROM drive, this must be connected to a SCSI adapter with a separate BIOS whose settings can be modified accordingly. (This will only work when there are no IDE hard drives present, as these precede the SCSI adapter in the boot sequence).

When booting from a disc, you can only start an operating system that does not write to the medium, such as “MS DOS” or “Linux”. During booting Microsoft® Windows® 2000 and Microsoft® Windows® XP write to the medium from which they are being booted. This is not possible with a disc and so the process is canceled and the PC cannot be started.

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Muito bom!

July 9, 2008 at 12:48 PM

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July 23, 2009 at 11:24 AM

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