Drive Number A:\ in DOS

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Liftboy
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Drive Number A:\ in DOS

Post by Liftboy » Sun Jan 13, 2013 1:35 pm

i made a USB stick with WIN98 DOS bootable some time ago. Somehow i managed to make it boot up as drive a:\ (floppy disabled in the BIOS). After using your wonderful tool copying the image, the new stick it shows up on drive c:\ . This is not useful as i want to create a new DOS system on c:\ .
How can i get it to start as A:\ ? The old is a 256 MB stick, the later is 4GB. I am sure i need to patch, but unsure how and what.

Alex
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Re: Drive Number A:\ in DOS

Post by Alex » Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:21 pm

How Windows (or DOS) assigns drive letters, can't be influenced by USB Image Tool. Did you change the computer as well?

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