On USBASPI and USBDOS, I had zero luck.

But on a newer computer where USB drives are recognized by BIOS or UEFI, 
FreeDOS can boot from USB stick.

Also, FreeDOS can access any USB stick with FAT32 if present at boot time.

FreeDOS did not recognize a USB stick inserted after FreeDOS was already active.

FreeDOS was not able to access any USB stick with Linux or BSD file system, no 
drive letter.

Drive letters look strange and feel clumsy to me after spending almost all my 
computer time with OSes (Linux, BSD, Haiku) that don't use DOS-style drive 


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