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Hi Guys,

I am having similar problems with KonBoot.

I am probably missing something really stupid, the only way I can get it boot is to use this entry in my menu.lst

title Konboot

kernel /memdisk

initrd /FD0-konboot-v1.1-2in1.img

1. I get the kryptos logic splash (no problem)

2. It then hangs for a few seconds on the second splash screen and displays the following :

"Dummy Bios detected trying to fix SMAP entries

Booting up!"

Then it returns back to my Grub screen, I have tried adding

title KonBoot 2nd step

root (hd1,0)

chainloader (hd1,0)+1

boot

But when I try that option I get Error 19 Cannot mount selected partition? On root (hd1,0)

This seems to be a reoccurring thing I can never seem to get any of the mapping entries “root (hd1.0) chainloader….” To work, am I possibly missing a critical file?

This is what I have on the root of my USB drive

1.Bootbt3 – Folder

2. Bootoph – Folder

3. BT3 – Folder

4.HBCD - Folder

5.ntpasswd – Folder

6.dban.img

7. FD0-konboot-v1.1-2in1.img

8 freedos.img

9. grldr

10. memdisk

11. memtestp.img

12.menu.lst

13.NTDETECT.COM

14.ntldr

15 rescuecd

16 sysrcd.dat

17.winnt.sif

Am I missing something that’s preventing this from working?

Go easy on me I’m new to this :-)

Cheers

Blake

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Hi Guys,

I am having similar problems with KonBoot.

I am probably missing something really stupid, the only way I can get it boot is to use this entry in my menu.lst

title Konboot

kernel /memdisk

initrd /FD0-konboot-v1.1-2in1.img

1. I get the kryptos logic splash (no problem)

2. It then hangs for a few seconds on the second splash screen and displays the following :

"Dummy Bios detected trying to fix SMAP entries

Booting up!"

Then it returns back to my Grub screen, I have tried adding

title KonBoot 2nd step

root (hd1,0)

chainloader (hd1,0)+1

boot

But when I try that option I get Error 19 Cannot mount selected partition? On root (hd1,0)

This seems to be a reoccurring thing I can never seem to get any of the mapping entries “root (hd1.0) chainloader….” To work, am I possibly missing a critical file?

This is what I have on the root of my USB drive

1.Bootbt3 – Folder

2. Bootoph – Folder

3. BT3 – Folder

4.HBCD - Folder

5.ntpasswd – Folder

6.dban.img

7. FD0-konboot-v1.1-2in1.img

8 freedos.img

9. grldr

10. memdisk

11. memtestp.img

12.menu.lst

13.NTDETECT.COM

14.ntldr

15 rescuecd

16 sysrcd.dat

17.winnt.sif

Am I missing something that’s preventing this from working?

Go easy on me I’m new to this :-)

Cheers

Blake

i only had 4 file in my iso to have problems like your...where did you get

the full file? can you give a link for that?

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