A UBCD 3.3 CD boots fine on several PCs, but fails on an old motherboard which has a Pentium 133, 32 MB RAM, and an EGA-compatible video card (not VGA). Is it possible that a VGA card is required to boot UBCD 3.3?
The code 81400219 appears at the lower right-hand corner of the screen, following a pair of brackets "[ ]" enclosing several spaces. At the top of the screen, I see:
"Error booting from CD/DVD drive.
Press any key to reboot."
The rest of the screen is blank.
Initially I suspected that the 32 MB RAM might be the limiting factor, but that was denied in a previous thread:
I'm looking for a technical summary of UBCD's boot process, but answers to a couple of questions might suffice:
First, does CDShell control the initial boot process?
Second, what configuration files are involved, if any, other than /boot/cdshell.ini ?
Finally, does isolinux come into play at all during the initial boot?