Thanks to all who responded.
The problem is that the Solaris fdisk creates a partition which dos =
understand.(Well done Martin Huber)
I fixed the problem by using the Solaris fdisk program to delete the dos =
partition. I was then able to use the dos install program.
I will report this as a bug to SUN.
email@example.com (Martin Huber)
"Steve Poulsen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pat Gibbons <email@example.com>
Jeff Greer 18-E-2-a 1-9821 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Michael Wright ED23 <email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (Maurice Campofranco)
email@example.com (greg harrison)
> I had a x86 system with a DOS-BIG partition of 100MB and SOLARIS 400MB
> and everything was fine.
> I then reduced the size of the SOLARIS partition to 300MB and =
> the DOS-BIG partition to 200MB with fdisk in solaris install program.
> Solaris still boots but I can't install dos on the larger DOS-BIG
> If I boot from the dos 6.22 install disk and try to change dir to c: I
> Not ready reading drive C
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