Can an MS-DOS startup disk be on a jump drive?

Answer You can make a flash drive boot into MS-DOS. You need to first format the drive with a FAT file system and then use a program to make that drive bootable. Then, copy over the MS-DOS programs that... Read More »

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Can an MS-DOS startup disk be on a flash drive?

MS-DOS can be on a flash drive if you make a bootable USB flash drive. You can accomplish this by formatting the drive with a FAT file system and then using specific software to make the drive boo... Read More »

How do I create an MS-DOS startup disk with a USB flash drive?

InstructionsDownload the HP Disk Storage Tool and the Drive Key Utility. Save both files to your desktop for easy access. Install both programs by double-clicking them individually and following th... Read More »

I formatted a DVD+RW 'like a USB flash drive' and now my PC can't detect and DVD+RW disk in the disk drive?

Hello, Right click and uninstall theCD-ROM, DVD ROM driver in the device manager and restart the computer. The operating system would attempt to install the required driver automatically. If this d... Read More »

How do I use a startup disk?

Create Startup DiskCreate a startup disk by reading about it on the Microsoft website (see Resources section).Put Disk in DrivePlace the startup disk in the disk drive, this can be a floppy or CD-R... Read More »