When I include it in create my ezboot directory, and create use create the image run g, I get image an "Insert bootable disk" message.
To test a image floppy disk image, you can make a bootable USB flash drive using RMPrepUSB and then install grub4dos and place the.IMA.IMA.The first step is get a bootable floppy disk image.After 30 days, if you wish to continue using WinImage, you need floppy to register.The Asus EeePC 904HA for instance, will successfully boot such an image on a UFD as drive.A (see below for details).I use Easyboot to create.88MB img (g) using g as the seed image. Unless you need all the library files on this floppy disk, delete all files except S, M and.
I used to use WinImage for creating empty floppy images on Windows.
RMPrepUSB - game File - Create MS-DOS.44MB Floppy Boot Image option.
Download and extract one of activation the blank floppy disk uneraser images - either.
If you are using the file in a grub4dos menu, you can compress the file using 7Zip.gz file by right-clicking on the file in the 7-Zip GUI, choosing 7-Zip -Add to archive and selecting GZIp as library the archive format.
Browse to your floppy drive, select all of the files, and then choose Open.OR you can either use one of the ima images from the Beta downloads section (for instance.gz has a compressed FreeDos bootable.44MiB floppy disk image - see here for FreeDos image downloads) or obtain a bootable floppy disk image from m perhaps.WinImage to load the IMA file and select.Go to Image - Change format.M, iphoto as shareware it can be used for 30 days without restrictions.Instead delete ALL files from the floppy drive A: and copy over a set lara of FreeDOS boot files (you need at least S and M) then rename S to S so that it will boot.See, section 3 below if you want to create.88MB blank floppy disk image.If the UFD has an MBR, and a partition table with monkeys two partitions however, it will attempt to boot the UFD as drive.