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    making a bootable USB for windows 95

    So I used imgburn to create a bootable iso, emulating a 3 1/2 floopy, using a 3 1/2 floopy boot image, to make a bootable CD with the Windows 95 install files in a separate directory. The CD did boot as an A drive, but using the "dir" dos command only the root directory was present, and not the Win95 directory I created and installed the Win95 installation files
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    making a bootable USB for windows 95

    Yes, that is what I did, but the USB boots as a C drive, so I can't partition the hard drive as a C drive.
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    making a bootable USB for windows 95

    Yes, it was late when I wrote that. What I was trying to say was since the CD was emulated as a 3 1/2 floppy is 1.44 mb, the OS would not recognize a sub directory of 700 mb (regardless of the reason it did not; it shows the root directory and noting else). The driver you are talking about it MSCDEX.EXE
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    making a bootable USB for windows 95

    Yes, the later 0SR 2.5 had USB support and the computer I am using has a USB boot in the Bios. I actually did get a CD to boot using a floppy emulation and a windows 95 floppy boot disk. The problem I had was while it booted as an A drive, I couldn't access the Windows 95 install files I had placed on the CD because floppy's don't don't support directories.
  5. I have been trying to make a bootable ISO, so I can transfer it to a USB, to boot Window 95 install files (the Windows 95 install disc is not bootable and comes with a bootable 3 1/2" diskette). The primary issue is trying to to find a boot image. I tried using etfsboot but is does not work. As a work around I used rufus to make a dos bootable USB and added the install files, but the USB boots as a C: drive, I would like to use Imgburn to emulate a 3 1/2 floopy so it would boot as an A: drive. I have an external 3 1/2 floppy, so I can use the Windows 95 diskette, but I'm on a mission to use a USB. Any advice?
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