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read sectors from disk failed with timeout

i'm writing some code to simulate the boot progress after power on
but when i try to read the 2nd sector from a floppy disk, this operation always fail with ah=0x80h which means timeout, how can i get over this problem?
my code would be like this:
Code:
[jack@localhost 1]$ cat boot.S
.code16
#define SETUPLEN  4
#define BOOTSEG  0x7C0
#define INITSEG  0x900

.text
a:
mov $BOOTSEG, %ax
mov %ax, %ds
mov $INITSEG, %ax
mov %ax, %es
mov $256, %cx
sub %si, %si
sub %di, %di
rep
movsw

jmp 0x9000+go-a

go:
mov %cs, %ax
mov %ax, %ds
mov %ax, %es
mov %ax, %ss
mov $0xFF00, %sp

load_setup:
mov $0x0000, %dx
mov $0x0002, %cx
mov $0x0200, %bx
mov $0x0200+SETUPLEN, %ax
int $0x13                           //timeout happens here
jnc ok_load_setup
mov $0x0000,%dx
mov $0x0000,%ax
int $0x13
jmp load_setup

ok_load_setup:
mov $0x00, %dl
mov $0x0800, %ax
int $0x13
mov $0x00, %ch
mov %cx, %cs 
mov $INITSEG, %ax
mov %ax, %es

mov $0x03, %ah
xor %bh, %bh
int $0x10

mov $24, %cx
mov $0x0007, %bx
mov msg, %bp
mov $0x1301, %ax
int $0x10

msg:
.byte 13, 10


.org 510
.word 0xaa55

looking forward to replies.
really appreciate any suggestion.
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NEWFS(8)						      System Manager's Manual							  NEWFS(8)

NAME
newfs - construct a new file system
SYNOPSIS
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DESCRIPTION
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/etc/disktab disk geometry and partition information mkfs to actually build the file system
SEE ALSO
getdisklabel(3), disklabel(8), disktab(5), diskpart(8), fs(5), fsck(8), mkfs(8)
BUGS
newfs(8) no longer places boot blocks on the filesystem. That duty has been moved to the disklabel(8) program. If you must place a boot block on a disk whose driver does not support disklabels use dd(1). 4.2 Berkeley Distribution April 12, 1996 NEWFS(8)

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