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When running my linux boot disk I get the following :

VFS: Cannot open root device 16.01
Kernel panic : VFS: unab le to mount root fs on 16.01

Could somebody please tell me what this means?
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czamudio earned 100 total points
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change the floppy diskette, this usually occur when some data in the disk is corrupted by bad sector
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I have downloaded 2 different bootdisks from the net several times and have made several different copies of each, but they all give the same error!
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