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Endo Simple Multi Bootable CD/USB (DOS) v3.1


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54 minutes ago, SiNAN said:

What limitation ?

i see you have taken Terabyte Image for DOS from DLCBoot,

You can do the same with Acronis True Image for DOS.

 

the file must be in the form of a floppy image, not an iso image ... (.img, .ima, bif, etc) but it doesn't always work sometimes there is an error ... one example, like a bootit bare metal, can't even be made, even though it's formatted floppy disk image.

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Depends on which tools you are using.

There are few optional that cover almost any problem, when one of them can not succeed then the other can.

Those are the tools to be used for all boot image types.

WinImage, EzBoot, UltraISO

ImDisk & PowerISO are optional for mounting propose.

 

Normally with the above tools you can achieve any boot image you want.

To configure the boot load from image, there are lot of tools as like Rufus, Sardu, Yumi, Easy2Boot, and many other

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On יום רביעי 23 אוקטובר 2019 at 5:47 AM, endo said:

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Very nice.

One important note: Be aware! Norton Disk Doctor & Partition Magic (a.k.a PowerQuest) apps are very old and are not compatible with modern new HDD.

if I am not wrong they are limited for disks that doesn't exceed 128GB. I am maybe wrong about the highest size, but they surly can not handle most current HDD correctly.

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18 minutes ago, m345 said:

 

Very nice.

One important note: Be aware! Norton Disk Doctor & Partition Magic (a.k.a PowerQuest) apps are very old and are not compatible with modern new HDD.

if I am not wrong they are limited for disks that doesn't exceed 128GB. I am maybe wrong about the highest size, but they surly can not handle most current HDD correctly.

Yes, you are right. only recommended for Windows XP installation

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