So it's really not english version, floppy where it reports: "Incorrect DOS-version".
So now am trying to build a MS-DOS.0 bootable CD floppy installation - BUT for games, not generic.
Advanced embedding details, examples, and floppy help!I don't think copying the floppy files floppy directly onto the HD would work?TXT The third line of viktigt.Why two different pairs of files?Tested CD and floppy it boots perfectly, so user can boot floppy a PC floppy with no harddisk and still run programs that require writing to disk. Comments, comments by Vanilla, copyright WinWorld.
I extracted the.44MB bootable floppy image floppy from the floppy Win98 CD-ROM just to floppy do complete.
Rar Inside g there is the file: viktigt.
I was hoping to find a replacement.
When double-click either files, they temporarily swap C:t C:s with optimized versions of t s for games.
IBM PC-DOS product page.
In 1982, Microsoft began licensing DOS to other OEMs that ported it to their custom x86 hardware and IBM PC clones.
TXT is: "Kommentarer om MS-DOS.2" This is MS-DOS version.20, not MS-DOS.22.Description of archive corrected (ver.6.22- ver.6.2).In Win98 windowscommandebd folder floppy contains the Emergency Boot Disk (without the s s files for some reason).Microsoft purchased it and licensed it to IBM for use with Microsoft's IBM PC language products.However it's got a good selectable menu system.
Originally 86-DOS, written by Tim Paterson of Seattle Computer Products, DOS was a rough clone ms dos 6.2 for floppy of CP/M for 8086 based hardware.
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