All you have to do is make sure the correct kernal is on the
drive. Worst case scenario, you are booting the machine with a
floppy, using something like dos2ntfs to get access to the drive,
and then correcting the kernel problem.
I always make sure that the boot partition of the machine is a FAT
partition of a MPS until I get everything going. I've installed
well over 10 MPS machines in the last year and between manually
updating them and using uptomp (with the correct settings, I might
add) everything has went fine. I've only ran into one situation
when we swapped motherboard from a single to a dual that we had
any issues to deal with (and that was minimal at most).
If you research a little what you are trying to do and understand
it before going at it, you'll be better off in the long run.
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