Ok, took me a bit longer than I thought.
OK, I cleared the BIOS and I got in though I was able to change the time but not the date, Jan 01, 2006. Took me a while to figure out the IDE drive jumpers too.
Strangely, I kept getting a Vixta error message on three different drives. I know I tried Vixta but all three drives didn't see it, I believe only one drive should know what that is.
Anyways, I'm loading up an Ubuntu LiveCD x64 ATM, getting tons of buffer I/O errors on sr0 ATM. I think I'm going to kill that and try an old Knoppix 3.3 LiveCD. This might have something to do with my inability to change the BIOS date, I really don't know.
At least I'm getting some value from this KVM switch as it's the first time I get to use it after 5 years.
I don't have to sit and watch something error out all day long!
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