This two questions are completely separate.

1) If FreeDOS can boot from some 'unusual' device such as USB harddisk 
or SATA hardisk then FreeDOS will access the disk with BIOS calls 
anyway. No extra drivers needed.

For any application there is NO difference compared to boot from 
internal IDE? Therefore all applications should work perfect like booted 
from IDE?

2) What about FAT32 or DOSLFN? Do some applications dislike it? (apart 
from error scanning, partitionizing)


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