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Put a bootable floppy on a CD or USB - Prefer CD

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Does anyone know how to add a floppy image to a CD and have it bootable? I've Googled for the answer but all I've come across are requiring you to put the floppy in the drive. My new computer has no floppy drive.


EDIT: nm, I used Nero

Edited by -X-, 17 February 2013 - 10:02 PM.

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Yes most burning programs can use .ima or .img files instead. I you have an application that really can't do anything than to expand to a physical floppy drive, you can google VFD (virtual floppy drive) to create a virtual floppy drive then make the ima file from there.



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Grub4dos might be a good solution for a bootable usb drive. Some good tutorials are there.

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