Question about Packard Bell Pentium II, 266 MHz Cyrix MII (6x86mii266) Processor
You need to get someone to make a boot disk for you.
It can usually be done from a friends pc.
If not a computer store can make one cheaply for you.
Go into the bios on startup and select the disk drive or floppy drive to boot up first.
If you can get into the bios anyway, I would reset to default values(usually F5), save it then reboot.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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