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Maybe booting from PCMCIA might be limited to supported IBM peripherals - Token Rings or external PCMCIA optical drives. THe interface is the same. Adv Reply January 3rd, 2012 #2 rsavage View Profile View Forum Posts Iced Almond Soy Ubuntu, No Foam Join Date Jan 2011 Beans 1,105 Re: How do I boot from If the Routing Engine has an internal compact flash disk, three copies of the JUNOS software are preinstalled on the router. weblink

For obvious reasons, if this worked it would be rather useful—a bootable PC Card in the 500 MB to 1 GB range can contain all the tools one needs, is very The router does not operate normally when it is booted from the removable media."Regards,Ben Message 8 of 10 (23,898 Views)   Reply atxparrothead Visitor Posts: 6 Registered: ‎09-25-2008 0 Kudos Re: Then, from the UNIX shell on your router, change to the /var/tmp directory and issue the following commands: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/ad3 count=20 dd if=install-media--domestic of=/dev/ad3 bs=64k Message 4 of 10 Only True IDE mode ought to allow the CF cards to behave more like regular IDE disks.

Wayne W. My local supermarket had some very very small ones [as in dimensions not capacity] that were pretty cheap. MSDOS would apparently not play ball. Advertisement DrivenYFZ Thread Starter Joined: May 27, 2008 Messages: 5 I am running windows xp on a zd7000 hp laptop and have a sata PCMCIA card with an external hard drive

Knoppix Home Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders What's New? OK so if computers are just hardware controlled by software then basically my computer can do it its just nobodys told it how... My questions are: - Am I understanding the BIOS option correctly and is the r100 supposed to boot off of a PCMCIA card when the "HDD/PC Card" option is chosen? - I remember NetBSD picking it up on one of those MIPS Windows CE handhelds from a long long long time ago.

Should I try it with the 1103 sata driver instead of the pcmcia driver? He holds Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert (CCIE #9360), Certified Cisco Systems Instructor (CCSI#21702), CCNP, CCDA, and CCNA certifications. I tried different ideas with the flash card but nothing worked 1. The boot manager can act as USB PC-Card enabler and the boot manager makes it possible to boot from the USB PC-Card.

The pccard slots are present. No X or Z. Advertisement Recent Posts websites won't load security... That would explain the lack of love for the CF to PCMCIA adapter.

Andreas Kohl says: February 25, 2016 at 7:12 pm http://affon.narod.ru/pcmcia.html S Duggan says: February 25, 2016 at 9:06 pm Looking further into the issue with my TP600E, it seems the 6xx Superior to floppy booting in every way, especially when many of these laptops don't even have a floppy drive built in and need either an external one or a dock. Get Knoppix Documentation Search Linux Training Certification About Contact Advanced Search Forum The Knoppix.net Forums Hdd Install / Debian / Apt Booting from PCMCIA Flash Card Results 1 to 6 of But… that all post-dates the ThinkPads we're talking about by quite a few years.

Loading... http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-boot.php Support my Product Technical Support Centers Download Drivers Download User Manuals Forum LAPTOPS, MINI-NOTEBOOK and TABLET Portege Series Portege R Series Protege R100: How to boot OS from PCMCIA card If Update: ThinkPad 755C (486 DX4-75) with BIOS from 10/14/1994 can boot from some PCMCIA ATA devices. I've followed various install-media readme.txt files and done several searches on the KB and here.

It's a long story why I need to do this, but basically what I need is to boot from a pcmcia ata hard drive. More an issue of Windows setup can't see SATA drives, as XP came out first. plpbt.bin has all drivers included. check over here Message 9 of 10 (23,889 Views)   Reply benb Recognized Expert Posts: 205 Registered: ‎11-05-2007 0 Kudos Re: Help w/ creating bootable PC Card/PCMCIA Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe

Trowa Barton says: February 27, 2016 at 3:33 pm Yes, it has Smart and Conventional, I pulled out the HDD and it couldn't find anything to boot from. jsm Reply With Quote 01.04.2009,19:26 Re: Protege R100: How to boot OS from PCMCIA card #5 Jaba View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Master Join Date Sep 2005 Posts 2,156 Michal Necasek says: February 18, 2016 at 8:10 pm The 750Cs won't offer PCMCIA boot (my 750C does not, essentially identical machine).

It is likely the automatic installer cannot workout the openfirmware path to the start files.

I can use floppies to facilitate the process, no problem there. All rights reserved.JUNOS 8.4R4.2 #0: 2008-05-21 08:47:52 UTC [email protected]:/volume/build/junos/8.4/release/8.4R4.2/obj-i386/sys/compile/JUNIPERTimecounter "i8254" frequency 1193182 HzTimecounter "TSC" frequency 331706667 HzCPU: Pentium II/Pentium II Xeon/Celeron (331.71-MHz 686-class CPU) Origin = "GenuineIntel" Id = 0x66a Stepping S Duggan says: February 26, 2016 at 7:07 pm The 701 has a simple toggle for boot priority. The only other option i can think of to get into this machine would be to remove the hdd and slave it through an adapter in another machine.

The HDD sub-option has "PC Card" and "Built-in HDD" as options. James currently works as a course developer and senior instructor for Ericsson Training. 0201775921AB09262002Bibliographic informationTitleJuniper Networks Reference Guide: JUNOS Routing, Configuration, and ArchitectureAuthorsThomas M. DJ DrivenYFZ, Jun 12, 2008 #6 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. this content harddisk) or as removable media.

So its seems I am out of luck...Uggg. Do not insert the removable media during normal operations. So it's not clear if this driver is all you need, or if you would also need a PCMCIA/CARDBUS driver for the slot controller. Bookmark the permalink. ← So This Actually Works… Playing Football → 21 Responses to ThinkPad PC Card Boot?

Posted on February 17, 2016 by Michal Necasek I have several 1990s ThinkPad laptops which all have PCMCIA slots. Since my powerbook only has a working PCMCIA slot and optical drive, I am trying to figure out a way to use it as a netbook. So, either the card isn't inserted, or has failed.If the card is functional, you should see something like this. I tried this with my 600E, which supposedly also supports booting from PCMCIA if the Easy Setup screens are anything to go by.