A little over a year ago, someone issued me a challenge: Make a boot disk containing the Microsoft network client and CD-ROM drivers. The problem is that the network client, plus the DOS boot files, plus a CD-ROM driver and MSCDEX almost always takes up more than 1.44 megs.
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All posts for the day August 13th, 2002
Posted in DOS
Posted by Dave Farquhar on August 13, 2002