Boot sequence

  watty4 10:04 08 May 04
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I need to format my hard drive, ( which I know how to do) but, the pc isn`t reading my floppy drive, it is fitted correctly and works ok as I`ve tested it in my other pc. When I go into bios, the boot sequence reads: C,A,SCSI. I press F1 which bring up `available options`. It reads A.C.SCSI as the bios default type and C.A.SCSI as the setup default type.
Should they both not read A.C.SCSI? If so, how do I change this.
Any help please!!

  sicknote 10:29 08 May 04

You need the A,C,etc sequence there should be a help button F1 in bios mode.There are different ways of changing the sequence.It could be highlight the item them press enter then scroll the required sequence you have read the help on right osf screen in bios

  sicknote 13:51 08 May 04

What is your PC and spec ????

  sicknote 13:53 08 May 04

If scroll down and don't press F1 and press enter does that help

  watty4 07:17 09 May 04

Thanks for your help re: the above, I still can`t get anywhere though, time to take it to someone who can. I have got the hang of the site now!! Sorry about the emails!!!!

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