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I hope I have included all the necessary information, and that someone will be able to help me out Thanks in advance. Simply eject "floppy disk" and "load" the other image. (second icon from the left in lower set of icons at the top - the one that looks a lot like a The current WinImage kit is version 8.1; that's the first > version for which the web site claims Vista compatibility. > > From the 8.1 readme: > > there is two Sep 14, 2008 at 12:55 AM #12 DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator Joined: May 20, 2004 Messages: 10,546 (2.33/day) Thanks Received: 1,384 Big-Dave said: ↑ LOL you make it sound so simple. Check This Out

It is worth noting that since I last used the floppy drive I have reformatted the HD. Someone slap me. I intend to check them all.I apologize for the long posts, which evidently cause that you (or anyone reading this long topic) don't remember all the tests and steps I already FOOEY! http://www.duxcw.com/dcforum/DCForumID6/354.html

That is, after many tests trying to figure out if there is any difference.So, after testing it, I can say that now I'm not using it exactly as you described using As I said, I'll give it a try. It used to be set to Administrators in XP and is left blank in Vista.

I hope you could advise me about it.I don't use VirtualBox for anything else. Anymore, I just make it normal practice to create CDs for any diagnostic software or utility programs, If you have a customer that has trouble booting from one of these CDs, ie accessible without any driver under DOS. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and I wanted to provide all the info I could.

To test the boot floppy you need to boot them. I took the exact same floppy disk and install program to an XP box and it ran beautifully. All rights reserved. When I took a look at firadisk and/or Winvblock, they started with something like:This driver is not suitable for people who are not familiar with making and manipulating disk image or

for NT4-x86, 2000, XP, 2003 server, [b]Vista [/b], 95/98/Me, along with the WinImage self-extractor.Although:http://europa.winimage.com/wima_sfx.htm The file.exe you create will run under Windows NT-x86, Windows 95/98 and Windows 3.1 with Win32s 1.30c Copying files to the virtual floppy using Windows Explorer works.But I experienced some problems using other programs that want to write to the virtual floppy.For example, tools based on Ontrack Floppy Wonko Back to top #7 ady ady Frequent Member Advanced user 128 posts Posted 14 August 2010 - 07:27 PM Wonko, thank you for all the tips and help. I tried to use that to format my disks, and again all three disks failed in the same way.

Back to top #4 Icecube Icecube Gold Member Team Reboot 1061 posts   Belgium Posted 12 August 2010 - 02:29 PM @ Wonko the SaneI already found a solution for extracting Please keep advising. Most hard disk manufacturers are not providing links to download their old tools anymore.For example: http://www.oldversio..._DOS_Floppy.rar contains the floppy creator for the 2 disks of Seagate DiscWizard 10.45.06 for DOS.At the What about the bootalbe pen drive option?

You write it to a virtual drive and then take the files from there. http://darrenmanning.com/disk-error/disk-error-69-track-0.html After the error, the Ipod will still play what is on it, but I cannot add anything new or plug it in without similar issues. Right-click the bugger and select "Run as Administrator" and it works fine, as do all the other diskette-creation programs. Back to top #2 Wonko the Sane Wonko the Sane The Finder Advanced user 12955 posts Location:The Outside of the Asylum (gate is closed)   Italy Posted 12 August 2010 -

Is there any method I can test booting the image floppy?I'm trying a DOS guest in VirtualBox with the floppy image as first boot device, but 2 problems arised:1- when the The exact error is: Windows Error N. 5 Access is denied. Which do you think is the best way forward? this contact form No, create an account now.

Guest, Feb 14, 2007, in forum: Windows Vista General Discussion Replies: 5 Views: 830 Mamamegs Feb 14, 2007 Missing digital signatures for hkcmde.exe igfxtray.exe igfxpers.exe Michael Chare, Mar 24, 2007, in Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 AMD FX 8350 4ghz OCTO-Core Windows 8.1 PRO 64 Adata 256 gig SSD Kingston HyperX 1600 16 Gigs Sapphire R9 280 2gig Enermax Liberty Modular 620 www.northernaurora.net http://www.northernaurora.net/page/chat.html Reply My Ipod is several years old and still in great physical condition.

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My PCs file system is NTFS, and from what I can see the floppies are FAT but I don't think that alone would cause the problem. Please type your message and try again. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly." Reply With Quote July 3rd, 2007,09:20 PM #12 rgharper View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Then, randomly when putting a video on, I got the -50 error again.Insanely frustrating. I really appreciate the time you (and Icecube) have invested in helping me with this.I already gave you the solution more than one week ago.I hope those links help to find navigate here I'll post back when I have any news.Thank you in advance.

Thank you in advance. PHarvell, #14 2006/05/15 mattman Geek Member Alumni Joined: 2002/06/10 Messages: 8,198 Likes Received: 63 Trophy Points: 618 Location: Sydney, Aust Computer Experience: working backwards Thanks for letting us know the outcome. By a "set", I mean that I boot the VM with the first one, and then the boot process requests to change the floppy for the next, so to continue with But Winimage is shareware, and I'd rather use freeware tools, specially when I am not going to deal with this situation in an everyday basis, but an "almost one time" basis.

For memscope 1.10, and other programs distributed using Winimage Self-Extractor 8.00 (like "clone maxx"), the "first ignore, then retry" trick worked very well and was the most efficient and direct.