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video appears corrupt on boot

Postby tonyadam » Tue Jan 31, 2012 8:56 pm

I'm new to BootIt Bare Metal but have been a long time user of BootIt. I am trying to use the 30 day trial by creating an ISO CD. Each time I boot from the CD, I see the first two lines OK...."Boot It EMBRL. 4.00" followed by "Please Wait....". The next thing that happens is 20 to 30 rectangularly shaped bloops. Each rectangle is about 0.25 x .50 inches. I've tried VESA and chipset video in various color and resolutions. Nothing works. Can some one give me an idea of what I'm doing wrong or suggestion on a fix? Thanks.
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Re: video appears corrupt on boot

Postby TeraByte Support » Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:50 pm

If you created the boot disk without disk imaging and without scripting it
would create it using 1.44 emulation like BING. You could see if it's a
BIOS problem booting 2.88 emulated CD's. Also, video mode BING used by
default would be the 256 color 640x480 mode.

Otherwise, try booting a UFD instead of CD.

"tonyadam" wrote in message news:1261@public.bootitbm...

I'm new to BootIt Bare Metal but have been a long time user of BootIt. I am
trying to use the 30 day trial by creating an ISO CD. Each time I boot from
the CD, I see the first two lines OK...."Boot It EMBRL. 4.00" followed by
"Please Wait....". The next thing that happens is 20 to 30 rectangularly
shaped bloops. Each rectangle is about 0.25 x .50 inches. I've tried VESA
and chipset video in various color and resolutions. Nothing works. Can
some one give me an idea of what I'm doing wrong or suggestion on a fix?
Thanks.

TeraByte Support
 
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