> On Aug 11, 2018, at 1:40 AM, qemu-devel-requ...@nongnu.org wrote: > > > Hello, > > Le 10/08/2018 ? 18:17, Programmingkid a ?crit?: >> >> Can a real 40p machine boot Windows NT 4.0 PowerPC? >> >> > > Yes. > > A real 40p machine is able to run (at least): > - Windows NT (up to 4.0 SP1) > - AIX (up to 4.3.3) > - the beta of OS/2 PowerPC > - Solaris > - Linux > - NetBSD/PReP > > However, Windows NT emulation doesn't work so well. OpenBIOS doesn't support > (yet) > booting from the floppy drive.
I don't think floppy drive usage is necessary for Windows NT 4.0. I have installed the x86 version many times without having to use a floppy drive or a floppy image file. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpAOCJFqImM This video shows someone installing Windows NT 4.0 on a Motorola PowerStack 2 (PReP?) with only the CD-ROM drive.