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166x/167x More Questions
Posted: Sep 1, 2010 1:57 PM
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I have a reason to want to be able to boot from the floppy whenever the floppy (with system)
is inserted into the drive and the unit re-booted.

Is it possible to force the analyzer to boot the OS from the floppy/hard drive? From
my understanding, if the flash memory is detected to contain a valid OS,the system
will always boot from the flash. Should the flash be detected as absent or corrupted, then
the system will boot from the floppy. Am I correct on this? I would have thought that the
system would always boot from the floppy should it find a valid system residing on the floppy.

If the system will boot from the floppy regardless of the flash memory, what is the procedure
for creating a boot disk.


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