badboytx Posted January 27, 2006 Share Posted January 27, 2006 I bought last night a Flash Voyager 2.0Gb drive. The drive appears to work just fine as far as using it within Windows is concerned, but none of my PCs will recognize it as a bootable drive, even if they can booth from an Iomega 512Mb drive I have. I have tried to re-format and re-partition the drive several times, both with the Corsair utility and with a free utility from HP. I have tried to make the disk bootable from both utilities, using a floppy disk that I formatted within Windows XP and that allows me to boot a PC from a floppy drive without a problem. I tried to install Puppy Linux and Slax (Linux), using a live CD. In every occation, the files are transferred without a problem, but no PC will recognize the Voyager at start-up. Is there any problem with my drive, or is it just the way the Voyager works? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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