I just got winXP and I can't make a darn bootdisk. I can format a floppy and tick "Make ms-dos boot disk" but that only makes it so when I reboot I get in dos and can only access A: promt.
Anyone know a way to make a boot disk that will have CD-ROM support AND be able to read NTFS drives? I can use my old winME boot disk (so I have cd-rom access) but it can recognize NTFS drives, so if I need ANYTHING on the harddrive, I'm SOL.
I loved dos and still do. There will always be something inside of my that makes me feel like a "hacker" when I'm typing in 128 words of command line on a black screen in numbers that only the most l33t (read: elite) could understand.