I have reformatted a customer's EPS Technologies notebook (P133Mhz,24MB RAM,1GB HDD, Win95b) and I now get a message at startup stating that the partition is fouled up.The message goes on to tell me to run "phdisk.exe". I believe that the BIOS is looking for a "suspend-to-disk" partion. The system flies right past this message and boots normally. However, I would like to eliminate the error message and need the above referenced file. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated as EPS Technollgies is no longer in existence and the company that bought them provides very limited (pronounced N-O-N-E) support.
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The only way I know to get rid of the error is to actually phdisk the drive. If I am not mistaken you can loacate this on a Toshiba recovery if ya have one. If not let me know and Ill try to locate it here and email it to ya, or if anyone knows where he can download it.
Ah, here ya go. I found it. Let me know if it works of not...
I found a website that said that you could find this file in your windows/command directory also. I checked a few computers here with 98 and ME but didnt find it there.
Also as far as the setup disks... good luck finding them..... http://www.mbk2000.com/Customer/Driv...isk%20Utility/