PA28 10:57 02 Oct 2003

Get into your BIOS whilst holding down the del key on initial boot-up (some machines use other keys to enter what they call "setup" - F2 is common - look for a message somewhere near the base of the screen). It may be worth getting a friend to make you a boot floppy - what intrigues me is that it's asking for b: drive; the normal drive letter is a: and b: is reserved for another floppy drive or when the identity of the drive is swapped for copying. It looks as if your BIOS may be doing just this, in which case it's high on the list for adjustment (look for an entry labelled Floppy Drive Swap (or similar) and set to disable).

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