I have a DOS 6.22 virtual machine on Virtual PC 2007. My problem is, the base installation of DOS doesn't come with any CD-ROM drivers. My objective is to get CD-ROM drivers onto the virtual machine.
The only way I figure I can do that is by creating a .img file. I have not been able to come across an application that I can simply create an .img file (parallel to the concept of creating a .zip file). Plenty of programs that will create .iso files, but none that seem to convert to .img. I just simply need to find a way to compile the files I have into a .img, so then I can load CD-ROM drivers on the DOS machine, which will enable me to use .ISO files from Virtual PC.
Any help is greatly appreciated.