Posted 05 June 2012 - 09:46 AM
I am doing work for a school where they have to make a USB boot. One of the topics that have to do is put the savepart working from grub4dos. What do exprimentei home was only copying the ISO image that is available in savepart site (which is available for DOS) and changes the autoexec and put a boot off the ISO file. But I had no success. After getting into the two exprimentei ficheir (ISO and EXE) but had no success. Will can help me?
Sorry for my bad english
Posted 06 June 2012 - 10:02 AM
title savepart.iso # map the iso file as a virtual cd map /savepart.iso (0xff) # hook the int 13 interrupt so the BIOS sees it as a CD map --hook # set the root path to the new virtual CD root (0xff) # boot from the CD chainloader (0xff) title spartbdk.img # map the 1.44MB floppy image as fd0 map /spartbdk.img (fd0) map --hook root (fd0) # load the freedos kernel.sys as the boot file chainloader /kernel.sys
Use RMPrepUSB FAT32 and Install grub4dos to prepare the stick.
Edited by steve6375, 06 June 2012 - 10:33 AM.
Posted 09 June 2012 - 08:58 AM
I managed to do otherwise.
find --set-root --ignore-floppies /dos/so/savepart/savepart.img
map --mem /dos/so/savepart/savepart.img (fd0)
This is just incase the image in the directory you want and use the command to open a floppy disk. As the site savepart have the option to download the DOS is that makes a floppy diskette and just incase this is working. If you want to make a new floppy is using the EXE file to download that also.
But tanks for the help.
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