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Hello. I'm new here. .... Ok, this is my problem. I am trying to install Slackware 10 on an AMD 133... I know it will work, the only thing is ...
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    Hello. I'm new here. .... Ok, this is my problem. I am trying to install Slackware 10 on an AMD 133... I know it will work, the only thing is I dont have the option to boot from cdrom , so what do I do?

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    best bet would be to make a bootable floopy, sorry i don't know the specifics, but if you open the slackware cd while in an OS, there should be an option to create a bootfloppy, if not, the ftp mirros should have it. The final last ditch effor could be booting from a network connection (if the box is on a network) but ive never had much sucess with that, and the one time it did work it took plenty of work to get it working...work..work...and one more for good measure..work
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    There is a program called SmartBootManager that lets you boot from a CD (no matter that bios doesn't support it). You make a boot floppy with that program and insert the Slackware CD and you will get an option to boot from the CD once the floppy is booted.

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