Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Jan. 16 2004,05:06
Download an floppy-based OS like FreeDOS or search for an old MS-DOS diskette in your junk drawer.
Then FDISK and FORMAT your hard drive to create a 55MB DOS partition (C:\ drive).
Next, boot into freedos / MSDOS and copy the file over into your newly created C:\ drive disk.
Finally, reboot with the DSL boot floppy and it will find the files.
Otherwise, you can grab a floppy-disk based Linux distro like Tom's root boot floppy:
and use a mini-Linux distro to partition (fdisk) and format (mkdosfs or mke2fs) and (copy) over the files.