Reformating EZ Bios disc

  Paulbbilly 10:49 13 May 2003

I have stripped out an hard drive from an old P1 computer. As it is 6.5gb the system required a bios upgrade. This was done with an emulation programme called EZ Bios.

I now want to install this disc on a P4 system but it will not recognise the disc even to reformat it although it picks it up on the bios and the windows system.

How do i get rid of the EZ Bios so I can reformat the disc. I do not need any info of the old disc.

Paul Billington

  AndySD 11:00 13 May 2003

What is the Operating System on the new pc?

  Paulbbilly 11:46 13 May 2003

Operating on Windows ME at present but will upgrade to XP once all complete with XP on 6gb drive and all files on original 40gb drive

  Peter 12:31 13 May 2003


I think you can get rid of EZ Bios by using the FDISK /mbr command from the command line. You will need to have the hard disk that you want EZ Bios removed from as the master. You can run fdisk from a floppy disk, which will need to be bootable.


  Maddie 08:47 14 May 2003

You will have to diable EZ bios and then remove
from hard disk using advanced options from Ez
Boot floppy.

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