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Posted on 2011-03-15
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I found some updated firmware for my SCSI HBA, it says to copy the files to a DOS bootable diskette (or PC-Dos) with minimal drivers.

I'm a novice, how do I create the bootable disk?
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if you are using windows to create the bootable disk. Insert the floppy into the a: drive.
Right click and choose format.

Check the box that says make the disk bootable, then format.
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Here is a link to create  a  DOS 6.22 boot disk
http://www.ulink.net/crossroads/computers/sli/boot622.exe
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by:turboBOOST
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Wow, how could I be so dumb?

That was easy, THANKS!
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