dos386 wrote:

>> but actually an even easier way is to let the BIOS do the lowlevel stuff.
>> Then your stick looks like a normal int13
>> disk for DOS and it will see all FAT16 and FAT32 partitions.
> How ?

It must be supported by your BIOS. My 2003 Compaq Evo N620c does. USB
flash drives are recognized as HDDs in DOS.

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