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Red Flag Linux has internet security issues so I can even log into my own email accounts. It asks if I want to create an exception for the website and nothing happens when I choose Create and Exception. I downloaded Ubuntu and made a DVD and hooked the tablet to my desktop via usb port but it just booted on my desktop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to bootdisk.com and download Driver Free Disk For Bios Flashing. Click the link #1 next to it. It is right there on the front of the page. After that throw a floppy drive in your pc. Run the program I made you download after inserting a floppy. It will create a floppy image. Then take another floppy and copy the 2 bios files you got from the manufacturer ( the exe and the bin file) and copy them to the second floppy. Now boot the pc from the first floppy. Once it says A:\ pop the floppy out and switch it. Dos will continue to run from your system ram. Now make sure the second disk is in. Run the exe in dos. Then once in the exe. enter the name of the bin file. Remember to include the file extension. Back up your original bios file if it gives you the option. It will copy it onto your floppy just incase your new bin file is corrupt. Then you can use this process again if everyting is screwed. Do as the prog says and it will do the rest. Enjoy!
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
SOURCE: pc chips a33g no boot windows
If you have a SATA hard drive your windows disk needs SATA drivers on it.
Download Driverspack from this site
Mass storage one
then copy windows CD to hard drive and use "Nlite" to install driverpack into it then burn windows to new CD and try again.
This should solve your problem
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
I would recommend the UBUNTU distribution of Linux. It is based on I believe either Debian or SUSE but there is very good driver support included and it is very user friendly.
You can email them from their web page and they will even mail you the discs free of charge.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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