I’ve no idea whether they work with FreeDOS. Hard to tell with out a magic crystal ball. Please be more precise in telling us exactly which image you downloaded and exactly which steps you are taking to burn it to a CD. Neither Windows or Linus will write this image to a CD. Ok, I’ll try it. The standard version works on most machines.
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Write this image to a floppy with Rawrite or dd, boot it, then insert the install CDROM when the install program starts up. Write this to a USB fob drive and boot it to start the install.
The boot floppy image is only meant to be written to a floppy disk. The only different between standard and legacy is the boot method. I’ve downloaded the create a boot disk image from the website but when I try to burn a cd windows says it is not a valid ISO file. I tried to install on machine that it didn’t matter if it over wrote the existing OS or bootloader but it produced errors in the install process and locked up.
frerdos David Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world’s most engaging tech sites, Slashdot. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Installation.
Sign up using Facebook. Post as a guest Name. On Tue, Jul 11, at Search everywhere only in this topic. Some machines notably, older Cdron need the legacy version.
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Then boot the computer from the floppy, then insert the install CDROM when the install program starts up. Ok, I’ll try it. Then we might have a chance ti figure out at exactly which step you went astray On Wed, Jul 12, at I can’t seem to get FreeDOS to install or create a boot disk. Free forum by Nabble.
What am I going wrong? I asked to be precise in both the filename and the CD burning process for a reason. You mentioned also trying to write it to an SD card. In reply to this post by David. FAT32 is fully supported and is the preferred format for the boot drive. Please be more precise in telling us exactly which image you downloaded and exactly which steps you are taking to burn it to a CD. If it is which types of media can be mounted and which ones can’t.
To tell us more about the errors you get might help to narrow down the actual issue you’re having. Most machines should use the standard installer, but older machines may need the legacy installer.
USB support for FreeDOS.
I’ve no idea whether they work with FreeDOS. Jim Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world’s most engaging tech sites, Slashdot.
Hanlon 2 Linus doen’t seem to want burn a disk from it either but will write to SD card but this gives a boot error.