When I boot it up I get what looks like a BSOD, but Thread Tools Search this Thread 08-14-2010, 04:42 PM #1 schultetwin1 Registered Member Join Date: Jun sp73578.exe),use shell and change directory to your download folderCreate folder SP73578:$ mkdir SP73578Change to folder:$ cd SP73578Extract sp73578.exe with "7z":$ 7z x ../sp73578.exeYou see following files and folders:$ ls786G7.cab Bios Flash.htm Do you have a question regarding an older GeForce videocard? Umm, the Flash utility is a Windows Executable. his comment is here
usually to update the bios you download the appropriate file from the motherboard manufacurers site. I'm referring to the original procedure he was using. kimmer13, Jan 23, 2005 #5 Bob Cerelli Joined: Nov 2, 2002 Messages: 22,468 If you are going to copy the OS source files to a directory on your hard drive, I XP, 2K, ME does not boot to DOS.You better use a Win98 boot disk.1. http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1901977.html
did you do anything whatsoever to the computer before the problem started? About the new problem, it does sound like you need Windows, yes. Is this correct?
I cannot believe that we are still strugling with BIOS update. Rebooted and it came to the A:\> prompt5. It appears that this is where all the setup files are but I could not get anything to run from DOS. Winpe I wonder is this is an upgrade to windows 98 setup.
Password Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce This forum is all about NVIDIA graphics cards and related technology. Freedos This Program Cannot Be Run In Dos Mode FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Pádraig Brady Posted February 22, 2008 at 10:42 | Permalink Rob, Dell provide tools to update their BIOS, and there is also the possiblity of flashing directly from linux, as I've http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Operating-Systems-and-Recovery/bios-update-with-freedos/td-p/1433077 Adv Reply September 7th, 2013 #8 mikewhatever View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu addict and loving it Join Date Aug 2006 BeansHidden!
I typed in the name of the file which is W45V110 and it said "This program cannot be run in DOS Mode"6. Tried just double clicking the .exe file in Windows and it does nothing7. within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. The .exe in the zip file doesn't run when I double click it and I don't see anywhere to download that ezwinflash program anywhere else. · actions · 2003-Oct-21 11:18 pm
Right now I'm running without a laptop batter (its pulled out). http://taint.org/2007/04/23/153737a.html But now I am running into a problem of it saying "PCI subsystem ID mismatch", so can anyone help me with this? This Program Cannot Be Run In Dos Mode Bios Update However, when I run it from a bootable USB drive with FreeDOS, I get the message "This program cannot be run in DOS mode." It seems that AFUWIN.exe is not intended This Program Cannot Be Run In Dos Mode Windows 7 There is a setup directory but setup will not run from dos.
You will need a blank cd, the file will make the bootable cd for you in windows. http://amigasuperbit.com/program-cannot/program-cannot-run-dos-mode-printing.html It won't work from DOS. It’s about 123 MB. Advertisement Recent Posts After Toshiba loading screen,... Freedos Usb
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean or Post new question Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this I never would've been able to install the OS without finding this information about the freedos.org LiveCD. That way, you can be sure you will have a properly booting disk and you can then copy that .EXE file onto that disk. weblink Andy Posted July 5, 2011 at 16:09 | Permalink I've spent a day and half trying to do this before I found your site, then it was done within 10 minutes.
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. I believe that I also tried to boot from CD but it appears the windows 98 cd is not bootable. Of course I could not do that because there is no Windows on the pc.
Also you don't have to create boot CDs on your own, which can be a hassle as well. I would like to try and update the BIOS, but I do not know how to do this with a executable that I need to boot up into Vista to run. If it fails you'll know because you won't see another post here lol. · actions · 2003-Oct-22 3:15 pm · blueeyesmjoin:2003-09-05Waterloo, ON
Then restart the pc without the floppy or the cd in. Only to get a message "This program cannot be run in dos mode". In a first step burn the FreeDos.org image "fdfullcd" onto the CD-R and download (and maybe unpack, etc.) the flash files and utilities you get from the hardware vendor onto the http://amigasuperbit.com/program-cannot/program-cannot-be-run-in-dos-mode.html Click here to join today!
instead of cdrecord I had to use wodim: sudo wodim dev=/dev/sg1 -pad -v -eject /tmp/cd.iso Thank you. Join Date Feb 2007 Location West Hills CA Beans 10,050 DistroUbuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr Re: Upgrading BIOS with FreeDos I upgraded my Acer Extensa by making a Fat32 partition, installing a Try looking instead for a \win98 or \win98se directory on the CD. Thank you very much for you help.
kimmer13, Jan 23, 2005 #2 n3vino Thread Starter Joined: Jan 22, 2005 Messages: 29 Thanks for the reply. But it appears that the Floppy and the CD are not a match. I'll keep you posted on the results. Reply 0 0 robertour Top Student Posts: 3 Member Since: 05-14-2012 Message 4 of 8 (4,622 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: bios update with freedos Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe
It does not necessarily mean that the exe file will not run in DOS or an alternative DOS. echo The Windows 98 Setup files were not found. Hence, the dilemma that I face is should I go thru the all trouble of trying to install Freedos in a partion or USB or CD or whatever if in the I tried using FreeDos on a USB, but I got the error, "This Program cannot be run in DOS mode." Any ideas?
I tried to reset the BIOS to the default settings, but no dice.