Boot Disks and IMG's

Kippykip

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MS-DOS 6.22 IMG Disks
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These are the MS-DOS 6.22 IMG Files
Download Disks (ZIP)
Download CD-ROM and Mouse DOS Drivers (IMG)

Windows 95/98 Boot Disks
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These are the Windows 95 and 98 Boot Disks.
Download Windows 95 Boot Disks (IMG)
Download Windows 98 Boot Disks (IMG)

If you want these IMG files on a real floppy disk, you can write them with PowerISO!
You can get PowerISO Here

EDIT: Dropbox has disabled my public links, so I've reuploaded them as attachments below.
 

Attachments

  • dos install floppys.zip
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  • Windows95a.img
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  • Windows98a.img
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NecroWolf

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These could be useful but you would have to have a really old computer to even need them. Unless of course you are using these for DOS emulators?
 

Kippykip

Get out of my kitchen you flying ass
cringge
Nope, built a 98 PC just for games

512MB Ram
2.8ghz dual core (98 can only use 1 core though)
Nvida GeForce FX5200 AGP8X

Can even play minecraft which is cool
 

NecroWolf

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That to me actually sounds interesting. I started using PCs even before MS-DOS days. My first DOS setup was probably something like 3.0. I loved 6.22, but then Windows 95 took over. There is a new DOS out for doing just that, using old systems. I forget exactly the name but will look it up.
 

NecroWolf

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The DOS I was thinking of was FreeDOS.

I think the best boot disk ever, for now, is the Hirens Boot Disk. Is anyone familiar with this boot disk?
 

Kippykip

Get out of my kitchen you flying ass
cringge
NecroWolf said:
The DOS I was thinking of was FreeDOS.

I think the best boot disk ever, for now, is the Hirens Boot Disk. Is anyone familiar with this boot disk?
Hirens Boot Disk is clearly the best ay?
(Used it on my school laptop :o)
 
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