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USB dos boot disk

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hi, i made a dob bootable usb drive using HP format utility. Boots successfully. Used fdisk to partition, but it partitions as D.I also did a sys.com to D, but I can't boot. I think because in Fdisk, it doesn't allow me to make D as active. What can i do ?
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thanks. for me, the magic is to use Ranish partition tool, that will toggle drive D as bootable. so after i sys d: and restart, D will become C.
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