Your computer may consider it removable storage, or a FDD. If your computer does not automatically boot from the USB drive, you may need to change your boot order or use a boot menu to select the device from which you want to boot. There is more than one way to make a bootable USB stick, and one of those ways involves treating it like a “superfloppy” rather than as a hard drive. There is one available from the same site. I don’t see how installing 6. Note that dos 6. I’ve tested the following versions of Rufus from this link:
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Sign up using Facebook. Copy these files into the root directory of the USB drive after formatting it. You can experiment with the bootdisk. HPFlash1 I’m sure others too.
HDDGURU: USBASPI V MS-DOS Driver
Steve N 21 1. I’ve tested the following versions of Rufus from this link:. I’d come across that guide but disregarded it because it was creating a Windows 98 DOS bootable. Let me know if it works for you. First of all, I really appreciate the replies.
MS-DOS from usb to HDD
You may have to do some experimenting. To clone a drive to the external you need to make sure whatever software you use will work with the external.
I think you can assume any cloning software will work with an old IDE drive.
MS-DOS 6.22 from usb to HDD
Now about getting DOS 6. The only way I would ever consider adding this feature is if the following conditions are met: I’ve never tried it that way.
How big is the external drive? Hey guys, if you have since figured a way to install dos 6.
So if it was me I’d install dos on an IDE drive in an old desktop and then attach it externally to the other computer. I agree with what you have said it seemed to me that if i found a program to install it in a usb why not just use it to do a Hard Drive? Yes, for example I copied QuickBasic 4. There is more than one way to make a bootable USB stick, and one of those ways involves treating it like a “superfloppy” rather than as a hard drive.
First, download Rufus and launch it.
How to Create a MS-DOS bootable USB flash drive
The formatting process should be extremely quick—usually a matter of seconds—but it can take longer ubs on the size of your USB drive. The only other problem with the flash drive programs are that none of them use the DOS 6.
I bought QuickBasic 4. I humbly suggest you consider revising the UI to make it more clear that ISO selection is an either-or option in cases where it is.