drdos | 1 Nov 12:52 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Oct 13:09 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Sep 10:20 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Aug 11:19 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Jul 11:07 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Jun 11:37 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 May 11:18 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Apr 12:21 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Mar 12:38 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Feb 12:22 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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drdos | 1 Jan 13:28 2014
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Before posting any files in this group, please check the other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Rule #1:  

Do NOT use WINIMAGE for diskette images. This is a DOS group NOT a WINDOZE group. Unless a person knows what
they are doing, WINIMAGE will mess up the boot sectors of the floppies being imaged.

Rule #2

If you read a floppy in WINDOZE 95 or later, make certain you write protect it first as WINDOZE will put
garbage on the diskette. It makes chages in the boot sector and messes with the VOLUME LABEL.

Rule #3

For diskette Images, use either DR-DOS DISKCOPY or DiskXPress, both of these utilties can be found in the
other DR-DOS Group at:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/dr-dos

Neither of these two untilties will wrok with very old versions of DOS and some other programs. For these you
need to use FDCOPY. This utility is not currently posted. Contact me before posting images of old software
like this. I have a library of very old DOS versions including BDOS 1.2 amd MSDOS 1.x. BDOS 1.2 is a very early
version of DR-DOS which also run CP/M-86 software.

Pat

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