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hpa at zytor

Nov 8, 2007, 9:07 AM

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Re: Booting of bcdw from isolinux does not work anymore with 3.52 but works with 3.51

Zipf Christian wrote:
> Hi
>
> I am having problems loading bcdw (http://bootcd.narod.ru) from the
> isolinux bootloader.
>
> I use this to load the acronis programs.
>
> It worked fine up till version 3.51 but does not work anymore with 3.52.
>
> Here is the code to load the second bootmanager
>
> label l
>
> kernel /bcdw/bcdwboot.bin
>
> Any insights to what might be wrong here?
>
> With 3.52 I get
>
> Error! Cannot load file (code: 0110h):
>
> \bcdw\bcdw.bin
>

Looks like syslinux booted it just fine and it's having a problem once
booted...

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zipf.mailcom at boewe-systec

Nov 8, 2007, 11:48 PM

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Betreff: Re: [syslinux] Booting of bcdw from isolinux does not work anymore with 3.52 but works with 3.51

Zipf Christian wrote:
> Hi
>
> I am having problems loading bcdw (http://bootcd.narod.ru) from the
> isolinux bootloader.
>
> I use this to load the acronis programs.
>
> It worked fine up till version 3.51 but does not work anymore with 3.52.
>
> Here is the code to load the second bootmanager
>
> label l
>
> kernel /bcdw/bcdwboot.bin
>
> Any insights to what might be wrong here?
>
> With 3.52 I get
>
> Error! Cannot load file (code: 0110h):
>
> \bcdw\bcdw.bin
>

Looks like syslinux booted it just fine and it's having a problem once
booted...

I see your point since it is complaining about the second file it wants to load afterwards.
Syslinux loaded the bcdwboot.bin fine but maybe in a different way than before?
Did something change in the memory layout or somewhere else. The script to create the image never changed in years and if I go back to any version before 3.52 it works again.

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