MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

These are the MS-DOS boot disk images available from AllBootDisks.

Download the diskette image you need, and if you need assistance creating a bootable diskette from this image, visit the how-to page.

Thanks to Ed Jablonowski from Bootdisk.com for creating these disks.

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Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

You need to switch to the drive of your CD ROM to install Windows. Most likely this would be D:, therefore you would need to type in:
d:

from there i believe you can type in:
setup

and the windows 95 installation will begin.

Alternatively you could have jus typed in:

d:\setup.exe

:)

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Thank you.

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Thankyou very much... I haven't fully tried it, because of all the floopy drives I have, they all appear to be faulty (they are several years old - at least 10 years ) :)

I guess I would need to repair my faulty cd drive instead on the machine I want to use it :)

i think my floopy drive is also faulty on the machine I want to use it:)

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

I have a 286 pc running dos controlling a piece of equipment on our manufacturing floor. the dos program requires ms-dos 3.3 Does anyone know where i can find the img file for this version? I want to move this to a virtual pc.

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Thanks, may Allah bless you

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Thanks a big bad bunch for being here.
We need more like y'all.

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Thanks.

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Awesome page! I need bootdisks a lot, and I almost always need .img images for my virtual pc. Thanks a bunch!

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Great disk
Micro
Soft
Disk
Operating
System
MS-DOS :)

Re: MS-DOS Boot Disk Download

Life saver site!
Simple, practical and useful.
Thanks for your effort, mate!

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