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windows 95 IDE-0 will not boot up with floopy

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I have tried a master copy of 95 boot and it will still not boot, however I did just change motherboard and processor, would this have any affect on it not booting?
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You need to enable the 'Boot up floppy seek' or change the boot sequence to 'A, C' in Cmos settings.
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wished that were the problem but I alreadt did that, Also changed out the floppy thinking it had gone bad. Good answer but not the problem
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You really didn't have to accept the answer if it's not the problem...  Is the cable plug in correctly?  Some floppy cable will be you plug in either side, but only work with the proper side.  Try switching the cable around see if that helps.  Also, during bootup, does the floppy light comes on at all?
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