You could use a 2.5'' to 3.5'' adaptor in order to connect the laptop's hard disk in a desktop computer.
Then you could boot from an OpenBSD CD, make the partitioning and installation, and then assemble back the hard disk into the laptop.
Been thinking about this, since i've come to the conclusion that I can't really install OpenBSD as it is right now.
Now, i'm not the most computer savvy person around here, so I usually ask a lot of silly questions.. here follows a few:
1. Can I Boot a OpenBSD installation of a USB Floppy-drive/Cdrom-drive?
2. I've got floppy-drive/Cdrom that are connected to the printer port, but they don't seem to work. Allthough I'm suspecting that I somehow have to do some 'magic' in the bios for them to work, is that a correct assumption? (I haven't looked around there yet, I only tried if the drives worked directly.
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