Defining IDE and ESDI disk geometry in the BIOS
The geometry of IDE or ESDI disks is stored
by the BIOS in CMOS or parameter RAM.
If this information is either not present in the first place,
or is lost due to the failure of the on-board battery,
you must enter the disk drive type or
disk geometry information using the
setup program supplied with the computer.
Check your computer hardware reference
manual for the appropriate ROM table entries or
drive type for your computer.
Overriding the root disk geometry stored in the BIOS
Overcoming BIOS limitations
© 2007 The SCO Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007