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Thread: making images of a floppy

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    DDRFREAK1030's Avatar DDR PRO xD
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    what can i use to make an image of a floppy disk?

    i have DOS 6.22 and i don['t want it to get messed up so i want to have a backup copy

    how can i?

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    Samurai's Avatar Usenet Fanboy
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    WinISO?

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    magicIso...I beleive this has a few more options than winiso..O-hell try them both

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    I like WinImage for creating floppy images

    Alternativly you could use the diskcopy command in DOS
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    DDRFREAK1030's Avatar DDR PRO xD
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    i want the images in iso format

    which ones can do this
    (EMT4WIN is strange, winiso cant)

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    DDRFREAK1030's Avatar DDR PRO xD
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    im wondering,
    can i just copy the files to my computer?
    just like drag them and put them i a seperate foler for all the different floppies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDRFREAK1030
    im wondering,
    can i just copy the files to my computer?
    just like drag them and put them i a seperate foler for all the different floppies?
    Well, if I get this right, yes you can copy the files from a floppy to HD.

    But, if its DOS disc or similar, you'll need to system files for starting up the PC
    from the floppy.

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    ya make sure yuou can see hidden files and system files and all that then just copy the floppy's contents to your hard drive somewhere.

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