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I can't  get Win95 & OSR5 to coexist on a 2.2GB EIDE hard drive.  People tell me they have done this, but I can't. I have loaded System Commander and they tell me it can't be done on a EIDE drive.  Win95 setup not a problem nor is the OSR5 setup, but OSR5 gives "Stage One Boot Failure, Not A Directory"  HELP?!
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frederico earned 400 total points
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You can.

You need a BTLD that is available in the WWW.SCO.COM in the support area and its named "OSS451*".
There you can also find the full description of this problem and
how to solve it.

Best regards
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