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mil11
hi,

I need to create cd that will boot dos without starting windows.I found some toutorials but I am not shure is it the right thing.
Ed_P
Without you telling us what tutorials you found, hard to say whether they are right or not..
Ben_Mott
hello again,

use Nero to make a bootable Cd with this Windows 98 SE boot disk

http://tinyurl.com/win98BootDisk

or simply use win98 installation Cd it is bootable.
or ghost 2003 is a dos bootable and gives you menu .


here is an Ultimate DOS boot CD Free got loads of other Dos tools you can add your own floppy dos images using
winimage :
http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

Ben
BruceSmith
Hello,
I have the same query that how to create the Bootable Dos.
The Bootable Dos should work on NTFS partition also, not only the FAT32.
Because I want to make the Ghost, as per my knowledge Ghost can be prepared of FAT32 and only on FAT32 it is mounted.
I have not tried any of the above technique, if any of them is successful.
Thanks.
d4vr0s
A bootable dos cd is easy. If you want to be able to access the files on the cd, that's another thing. You'll need to load cd drivers and a cd rom extension like mscdex.
You can find some good drivers here:
http://johnson.tmfc.net/dos/index.html

Ghost 8 and 11 will work on a ntfs drive/partition without mounting it.
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