AMD Athlon -- clock run 2x faster under linux

Peter Howe peter at nuvek.com
Tue Aug 30 13:21:22 MDT 2005


Take a look at http://bootdisk.com/  They should have a boot disk you
can put the exe on to run it.

On Tue, 2005-08-30 at 13:16, justin gedge wrote:
> Tyler Strickland wrote:
> 
> On 08/30/2005 12:28 PM, Tyler Strickland wrote:
> 
> > Have you tried upgrading your kernel?  Your bios?  
> 
> 
> How do you update the bios?  I've got Version F.17 and HP shows a 
> version F.19 on their site-- the problem is that all they provide is an 
> exe file that needs to be run under winXP-- after wrestling dual boot 
> issues for a few days I decided it wasn't worth the hastle and the 
> wasted partition.  Anyone have suggestions on how to do this?
> 
> back in the days of win9x I could do all this stuff jsut fine-- but I've 
> been able to avoid any serious work in the windows world for 5+ years 
> [it's been kind of nice actually].  But anyways-- in win9x-- I would 
> have made a basic boot floppy or something like that to get a command 
> prompt and just run the exe from there--
> 
> now-- I'm not sure where to begin-- I've got a winXP distro disk-- but 
> that doesn't want to give me a command prompt [does it?]  It just wants 
> to install the whole mess.  Is there a light weight version of XP like a 
> bootable cd-rom that could load up and let me run this?
> 
> Justin Gedge
> 
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