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This can be achieved via standard Windows procedures such as Copy > Paste, Drag > Drop, SendTo > A:\ and so forth, or via the following commands issuedfrom a command prompt I always run Ghost from it, 20x faster than a floppy. You get the added benefit of fdisk and format! #10 Nosaj, Sep 27, 2003 dirtrat Golden Member Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 1,092 Likes Received: 0 Excellent! Just copy the 98 disk to your hard drive and scroll down the page where the nero instructions begin. Source
Edit the CONFIG.SYS file to reflect the commands shown below. Simply copying the files to a CD won't make it boot.Click to expand... That would mean that you're copying the files twice, hence my comment. dirtrat Golden Member Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 1,092 Likes Received: 0 I've read MANY articles and web pages on how to do this but none of them work or do http://www.bootdisk.com/
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Don't get me wrong, I'm not after an argument, but having done this more times than I'd care to remember (eg bootable diagnostic/repair DVD for work, several revisions, sigh), it strikes Creating a DOS boot disk (A) Via a command prompt in DOS Insert a blank 3.5" floppy disk Click Start > Point to Programs > Click the MS-DOS Prompt Type FORMAT To make the CD, you need a computer with a floppy drive as well as a CD Writer.
- This is a "DIY" alternative to using the CDBoot utility provided here on this website.
- We are using a 3200 smart array I get everything to work except the DC ROM.
- Again all of these items can be found in C:\Windows\Command by default and they can be copied to the boot disk via standard Windows procedures such as Copy > Paste or
- This is really helpful if you want to install Windows 98 on a brand new HDD etc. #12 Abhi, Sep 29, 2003 imported_Phil Diamond Member Joined: Feb 10, 2001 Messages:
- You just got a bootable diskette.
- Using it, you could probably boot from it and then go to a DOS prompt and install Windows 98.
- Open the Windows NotePad program Type the following line: LH A:\MSCDEX.EXE /D:IBMCD001 /L:x Note: x above = your CD-ROM drive letter Click File > Click Save As Under Save in pull
- Copying the files in the first instance is un-neccasary.
- Remove all disks and CDs from all drives and restart the server. 0 Kudos Reply The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
One can optionally omit the /L:x switch, in which case the CD-ROMwill automatically be assigned to the first open drive letter after allhard drive partitions are assigned. Adding Optional Command Line Utilities One can add a wide variety of MS-DOS command line utilities to aboot disk to make it a more useful tool. You need to specify where Nero gets the boot image from, in this case, A:\. Windows 98 Boot Disk Usb To make the CD, you need a computer with a floppy drive as well as a CD Writer.
Agreed, so why do you need to add all the files from the floppy and then click Finished if Nero's already read the floppy into an image? Dos Boot Cd Computer Help Apr 28, 2007 making a flash drive bootable Computer Help Mar 1, 2007 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? You just got a bootable diskette. Thanks for the help everyone, it works great now. #11 dirtrat, Sep 28, 2003 Abhi Diamond Member Joined: Sep 13, 2003 Messages: 4,547 Likes Received: 0 Originally posted by: Nosaj
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Use the latest version on Ahead Nero (www.nero.com). Get More Info Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Boot Disk Download And i know that logically i am copying the files 2wice... Boot Disk For Windows 7 Strictly for the purposes of performing a clean install of Windows 98 at the bare minimum I would strongly suggest adding the FORMAT.COM and FDISK.EXE utilities, and if one plans to
There are two type of CD-ROM drives: IDE and SCSI. this contact form Click to expand... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm I am trying to remember how I did it back in the days. Dos Boot Disk Iso
SEARCHLoading← BackHome Software Magic Boot Disk v2.0Magic Boot Disk v2.0 Operating System: MS-DOS Magic Boot Disk v2.0 © HDDGURU, http://hddguru.com This MS-DOS boot disk contains the following: Based on Windows 98 On older Aptivas this file is named IBMIDECD.SYS, on newer systems the file is VIDE-CDD.SYS.In order to add CD-ROM support to a boot disk a copy of one of the above Click "Bootable Data Disk". http://lebos.org/boot-disk/boot-disk-with-pcmcia-support-required.php That would mean that you're copying the files twice, hence my comment.
Make a "Windows 98 Startup Disk" and put it in the floppy drive. Windows 98 Boot Disk Iso Click "Data". Click "Data".
Refer to DOS help for an explanation of syntax and parameters.DEVICE=C:\cpqidecd.sys /D:cpqcdromFILES=302.
Burn. After you boot, you can run setup right from the disk! Click "Add" and choose all the files in the floppy drive. Boot Disk Windows 10 Click "Bootable Data Disk".
You need to specify where Nero gets the boot image from, in this case, A:\. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... I said "Hit Next twice." After the first next, nero asks you where to take the image from, for which the default is already the floppy drive. Check This Out But then that was an older version...
Can someone point me to a sim[ple way to do this? Stupid nero gave me a bootable cd all rite... Click "Add" and choose all the files in the floppy drive. Complete the following steps to install the drivers:1.
Discussion in 'Computer Help' started by dirtrat, Sep 25, 2003. With CD Rom support btw #6 Abhi, Sep 26, 2003 imported_Phil Diamond Member Joined: Feb 10, 2001 Messages: 9,837 Likes Received: 0 That won't make it bootable. Worked quite well. #4 xcript, Sep 26, 2003 Muse Lifer Joined: Jul 11, 2001 Messages: 17,866 Likes Received: 28 I have a bootable Ghost CD that's great. Start "Nero Express".
I was wrong....... Computer Help Jan 5, 2008 Need to make Bootable CD from two Floppies! Edit the AUTOEXEC.BAT file to add the commands for the CD-ROM drive and remove C:\DOS\SMARTDRV.EXE /X, which conflicts with NetWare.MSCDEX /D:cpqcdrom /L:e /M:40PATH=C:\DOS3. Open the Windows NotePad program Type one of the following lines: On older Aptivas with the IBMIDECD.SYS driver: DEVICEHIGH=A:\IBMIDECD.SYS/D:IBMCD001 On newer Aptivas with the VIDE-CDD.SYS driver: DEVICEHIGH=A:\VIDE-CDD.SYS/D:IBMCD001 Click File > Click
Don't get me wrong, I'm not after an argument, but having done this more times than I'd care to remember (eg bootable diagnostic/repair DVD for work, several revisions, sigh), it strikes Edit the AUTOEXEC.BAT file to add the commands for the CD-ROM drive and remove C:\DOS\SMARTDRV.EXE /X, which conflicts with NetWare.MSCDEX /D:cpqcdrom /L:e /M:40PATH=C:\DOS3. No, create an account now. These files can be found in the following locations:On the SmartStart CD: \CPQSUPSW\NSSD\DOSOn a floppy-based NSSD: Diskette 1, \DOSOn a network-based NSSD: \DOSEXAMPLE: COPY E:\CPQSUPSW\NSSD\DOS\*.* C:\DOSFor IDE CD-ROM DrivesYou will need