Expand contents in a directory.
RENAME mbrfat.bin to mbrfat.mbr
Add in the same directory mkbt_fat.cmd
Add whatever bootsectors (PBRs) you want, only caveat is FAT12 bootsectors must have .F12 extension, FAT16 ones must have .F16 extension, FAT32 ones must have .F57 extension
(NO, I am kidding , they should have .F32 extension )
Add whatever MBR's you want, only caveat being that they must have .mbr extension.
Add whatever system files you think fit. (NO extension/.COM/.SYS only)
Add a subdirectory containing OTHER, non-system files you may want to add (optional).
Run the batch. (yes , I do know you completely failed to read the above link , so try using some common sense and choose wisely)
If you don't want to botch a real USB stick, you'd better use VDK or the MS VSS Virtual driver or any other means to have an image exposed as \\.\PhysicalDriven (and again, choose wisely the appropriate n)
HIGHLY EXPERIMENTAL , only briefly tested with FAT16 and MS-DOS 7.x system files (IO.SYS/MSDOS.SYS/COMMAND.COM).
The above means:
- don't come here whining you botched a hard disk or any device you didn't really want to format
- don't come here whining you cannot use the batch because you don't know what to choose
- don't come here whining
Suggestions, documented bug reports, intelligent questions and the like, are as always welcome.