Hi Johnson,
Thanks. I managed to make the boot up disk and tried it. It runs my program but got "out of memory" problems when running DOS QB4.5  shell command unlike the regular msdos. Any idea to overcome it? maybe have to put ctmouse on high mem?
I booted up my old pentium with the freedos diskette. After a few times, my win95 OS got lost. Had to reinstall Win95 again. :>)
Have not tried the CD bootup yet. shall try later.
thanks for your advice.

Johnson Lam <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Wed, 21 Dec 2005 18:04:51 +0000 (GMT), you wrote:

Hi Alan Ho,

> When burning CD using XP I normally use the XP's own burner.

As Giorgos Kostopoulos suggested, BURNATONCE is a good choice for ISO,
and it's free for home user.

If you ONLY want a bootable FreeDOS floppy, you can try ODIN 0.6 or my
"USB Driver Disk", but since they're 1 disk floppy, you have to
download other FreeDOS utilities by yourself.

ODIN 0.6:


USB Driver Disk:


Click "USB Driver Disk".


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