The information on Computing. Yes No I don’t have a dog. I don’t see how installing 6. Use Question Form such as ” Why? As explained here , Rufus does not embed any version of MS-DOS with the application, so it doesn’t matter what version of Rufus you use, you won’t magically get a specific version but the Windows Millennium DOS version that Windows provides that is, up to Windows 8.
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You may have to do some experimenting. However, my suggestion would be to get a desktop computer, attach a regular IDE drive to it and install 6. You’ll just have 62.2 try and see if it allows that. I using MKBT20 and 66.22 steps in the text file: Also, when running the bootable, does it boot you into a C: With that being said, can I clone the drive in xp through usb interface ex drive f: That to me seems the easiest solution but i also want to get away from using floppies because they are becoming obsolete.
The formatting process should be extremely quick—usually a matter of seconds—but it can take longer depending on the size of your USB drive.
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Yes No I don’t have a dog. They often require you to boot into DOS to run the utility. Can you temporarily remove the external drive from its enclosure and connect it internally?
If you don’t feel like hunting down period-appropriate documentation and tools, your best bet is probably a MS-DOS floppy image paired with a modern bootloader that supports memdisk features. So if it was me I’d dks dos on an IDE drive in an old desktop and then attach it 622 to the other computer.
Including the bootsector etc, so that it will be bootable? From the main Rufus pageI’ve tested versions: The Best Tech Newsletter Anywhere Joinsubscribers and get a daily digest of news, geek trivia, and our feature articles. Google shows a lot of interest in installing dos on flash drives. This was the whole purpose 66.22 me wanting a DOS6. I appreciate your answer, though I actually did manage to get this working since, I just haven’t had the time to update it.
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Hashim 3, 6 30 Well, just some thoughts. As explained hereRufus does not embed any version of MS-DOS with the application, so it doe matter what version of Rufus you use, you won’t magically get a specific version ,s the Windows Millennium DOS version that Windows provides that is, up to Windows 8.
Oh just a small edit: I found out that there is something called a boot sector that has to be present. Lastly, in my most recent findings, there the IO. When you let it prep and copy the files itself, it puts everything in the proper place and order.
Ultimately, I want to know can this work with all of the stuff out there for DOS? Dos doesn’t recognize USB ports and therefore won’t see anything connected to them without the addition of special drivers. It’s going to be hard to do the original dos install on anything but an internal IDE connection.
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For example, you may have a BIOS. Other options would be to get a new laptop drive sm swap it in to do the dos install and then maybe put it in an external enclosure.
Anyways, just let me know what you think, looking to hear more advice from you.