It all started because I wanted to install a secondary slave EIDE hard drive. The jumpers were set correcly, BIOS ok (I think), anyway it registered the slave drive but then it had a message saying that it couldn't read the c drive. So what I decided to do was to change the slave to the primary just to do an fdisk. With jumpers changed I used my 98 ver 2 boot disk and ran fdisk. It did the partition but I had to reboot and that's where the secondary problem started. Now that I am rebooting from the boot disk, it goes to Verifying DMI Pool Data then hangs. How can I fix this?
Note: If I use my old c: drive with current settings it still works. System Pentium III 500 Mhz 128 MB ram