Como gerar boot disks
Geração do disco de boot do Windows 98 Second Edition, com suporte universal aos drivers de CD-ROM.
Requerimentos e notas:
Requer disquete formatado.
Roda em Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, ME, XP
Boot Disks IDE CDrom Drivers Included
DOS 5.0 | Mirror1 | 2
DOS 6.0 | Mirror1 | 2
DOS 6.21 | Mirror1 | 2
DOS 6.22 | Mirror1 | 2
DOS 6.22 5 1/4 1.2 meg disk | Mirror
Windows 95 Original | Mirror1 | 2
Windows 95 Version B | Mirror1 | 2
Windows 98 OEM | Mirror1 | 2
Windows 98 Custom, No Ramdrive | Mirror1 | 2 | 3
Windows 98 SE OEM | Mirror1 | 2 | 3
Windows 98 SE Custom, No Ramdrive | Mirror1 | 2 | 3
Windows Me OEM | Mirror1 | 2 | 3
Windows Me Custom, No Ramdrive | Mirror1 | 2 | 3
Windows 2000 And NT Setup Disk Sets
Windows XP 6 Disk Setup Set
Non-Windows Based Image Files W/ImageApp
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1. Most of the files above are disk images. Download the file to your C: drive, put a fresh disk in your A: drive, then click on the file to create the bootdisk.
2. If the Primary link is down, use a [Mirror] site to download the file.
3. The W2K Pro disks are zipped images from the MS CD. Best bet is to download them, upzip them to a new folder where you also put makeboot.exe and makebt32.exe into and then run one of the makeboot utils depending on if you're in dos or windows to create the diskset. Or, one can use Winimage to just create a single bootdisk.
4. The Win9X OEM disks are Images of the Microsoft bootdisks that came with your OS. They put the utilities you need in a ramdrive, or virtual disk which is usually the next drive letter up from your hard drive partitions. Use my Custom disks for a faster, easier to use utility.
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