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UNIX sco release 5.05 system does not boot

UNIX sco release 5.05 system does not boot

(OP)
UNIX sco release 5.05 system does not boot:

cannot open device hd(40)/boot
stage 1 boot failure: error loading hd(40)/boot

what to do?

RE: UNIX sco release 5.05 system does not boot

Normally fixed by new hard drive, reloading the operating system, and restoring programs and data from backup.

What resources do you have available? Emergency boot floppy? Backups? Hardware parts?

Ed Fair
Give the wrong symptoms, get the wrong solutions.

RE: UNIX sco release 5.05 system does not boot

(OP)
Thank´s,
I have created another emergency floppy same system,do not copy backup, need to retrieve information from two discs, how can I do?


João Alpande

RE: UNIX sco release 5.05 system does not boot

If this is a single drive that does not have actual damage preventing access then there may be hope. You can build a new unix server on a new drive. Once it is up and running then you can put the old drive on the system as a second drive and add drive to the new unix server using the "mkdev hd" command. You can find full instructions from A.P. Lawrence IT Consultants at http://scofaq.aplawrence.com/FAQ_scotec6recoverdri...

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