When installing MS-DOS, make sure that in the BIOS the the boot disk
is set to A: first, then the hard drive (boot sequence: A:, C:) Then insert disk 1 in the A: drive, power up the
computer, then follow the on-screen instructions.
You must enter the following information:
- time and date
- the media on which to install the operating system (make sure the drive is accessible and has sufficient free
- the storage folder for MS-DOS files
- if the MS-DOS shell should appear on each start-up
- if MS-DOS should occupy a single partition taking up the entire hard drive
Creating a system boot disk
After MS-DOS has been installed you should create a system boot disk.
Once you have inserted a blank floppy disk into the drive enter the following
format a: /s
The /s switch means "copy system files".
This floppy disk can be used to boot
the system by inserting it in the floppy disk drive and restarting the computer.
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Latest update on October 16, 2008 at 09:43 AM by Jeff.