> Partition & format it as FAT32 with Windows tools like RUFUS or > RMprepUSB. 
> Then boot from this bootable USB Flash Drive. That's about > all the legacy 
> emulation a BIOS will do. Booting from harddisk/floppy > then trying to get 
> access to USB Flash Drives is troublesome due to lack > of the BIOS emulation 
> (only provided for the booted drive) as well as > DOS drivers for 
> USB/SCSI/FireWire controllers. OK, that makes sense.  Then I guess if I 
> booted from one flash drive with 2 separate flash drives installed, the 2nd 
> flash drive wouldn't be accessible?  I'm just trying to understand all of 
> this USB with DOS stuff.
> > If you're able to find an ASPI driver, then MKISOFS or CDRKIT can do the > 
> > burning. Usually this means creating a new disk image (ISO file) then > 
> > writing that to CD. I'm assuming your CD drive is connected to IDE or > 
> > SATA controller. If not you're out of luck.
Yes, my CDR drive is an older IDE one.  I did have a SCSI one in the past 
though, but that was many years ago!   :)
> > lists an ASPI.SYS> > > Goodluck :)
thanx a bunch!
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