Question about Compaq Armada 1750 Notebook
Some Compaq's actually have a partition on the hard drive for the BIOS. If someone
> used FDISK to remove the partition, then you won't be able to get into the BIOS
>without either re-creating the partition or by booting from a floppy with the setup
>utility on it. One of Compaq's disks will re-create the partition, but of course,
>will blow away all the data on your hard drive.
>I had to download two programs from Compaq:
>1) PC Diagnotics
>2) Setup for Portables
>I got them from the Drivers section of Compaq's site.
>This was one of the files, it is for an Armada 1750, so it probably won't work if
>you have a different machine, but will give you an idea of what to look for:
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