I don't have "CHS" or "LBA" in my BIOS. It's a Dell Optiplex gx1.
Joe Barnhart wrote:
> --- Damien Hull <dhull at digitaloverload dot net> wrote:
>> When I boot the CF card all I get is "boot error". While searching
>> for a
>> fix I found some info that suggested changing the BIOS IDE setting to
>> normal. I don't have this option. I left it on AUTO.
>> What's going on here and how do I fix the problem?
> You probably need to use CHS addressing instead of LBA. LBA is
> "logical block addressing" and is used on most hard disks today. Older
> drives use CHS which means "cylinder head sector" style addressing.
> Your CF card probably needs CHS addressing. (I had the same problem on
> my VIA based computer.)
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