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Old 05-25-2005, 12:15 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Blitze105
powermax would just fix the problem... sorry when im tired i don't post that well.. just simple to the point answers.

boot up off the powermax floppy once you have it downloaded and it has created the floppy. then just follow the instructions it gives you. it shall format your disk for you, then try booting from the cd and installing
if he copy the iso file and then burn it with a program like roxio or nero that recognize iso files, then he can just stick the cd in and it will automatically pick it powermax 4 without having to press a key to boot from cd

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