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When I try to boot puppy 4.2 retro on my laptop it gives me a error pup420.sfs can't be found when it searches the pc for files. I tried booting from ram and it would not work same error. I will post the picture i took of the error message. I just burnt the iso to a dvd-rw this is the first time i tried puppy on this pc. is it a dell studio with windows visa home 64bit and 8gb ram.
Thanks for your help in advance.
I checked the md5 sum and it was good mabyit was named incorrectly? should i just change the name on the dvd? I put it on a dvd because then i can make it a multi-session dvd and store everything on the dvd. I will try useing the pfix.
The file on the dvd is PUP_420.SFS which is right so not sure why im getting that error. could it be because on the dvd it's all caps?