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Bootable Dos

A Bootable DOS app for a USB would be really nice. CD, NTFS, Floppy emulation, and possibly USB support would be awesome. I have had CD'd with a Bootable DOS that are used for installing 9x systems on a PC without a floppy drive, but these are kind of shaky and a USB would be much nicer.

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CD more reliable

CD bootable OSes are generally more reliable in terms of working on more PCs (many don't support boot from USB or have it disabled by the system administrator).

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although CDs tend to be more

although CDs tend to be more reliable, i am a sucker for dos, so:
http://www.bootdisk.com/pendrive.htm

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Bootable DOS

A BootableDOS app for a USB would be really nice. CD, NTFS, Floppy emulation, and possibly USB support would be awesome. I have had CD'd with a Bootable DOS that are used for installing 9x systems on a PC without a floppy drive, but these are kind of shaky and a USB would be much nicer.

i can i do

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old machines that you would

old machines that you would load win 9x on probably won't be able to boot from a flash drive

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