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SERVER-5.00-1132 : ERROR READING FROM LOAD FILE

SERVER-5.00-1132 : ERROR READING FROM LOAD FILE

SERVER-5.00-1132 : ERROR READING FROM LOAD FILE

(OP)
Dear All,

I trying to install Netware 5.0 on motherboard GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S2P-B3 with intel chipset H61... There always error when trying to load IDECD.CDM... on the screen show up LOAD C:\NWUPDATE\IDECD.CDM SERVER-5.00-1132 : ERROR READING FROM LOAD FILE... can any one help to solve this problem.... thank you  

    
 
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RE: SERVER-5.00-1132 : ERROR READING FROM LOAD FILE

Did you first install DOS on the hard drive after creating a partition to hold it?

Regardless, if you're trying to install that old an operating system on a newer motherboard, it may not be compatible in terms of storage driver and/or network driver.

Take a look at this too:
http://support.novell.com/docs/Tids/Solutions/10058220.html

RE: SERVER-5.00-1132 : ERROR READING FROM LOAD FILE

(OP)
Dear Goombawaho,

I'm make partition for DOS.
I will try your link..
Thank you for your information.

regard's

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