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Operating Systems SCO SCO 5.0.7 driver for HP SmartArray P410i Controller on Proliant DL380 G7? Post 303037258 by RudiC on Saturday 27th of July 2019 12:32:11 PM
Old 07-27-2019
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Originally Posted by jgt
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PS. Is it possible to create a USB stick to imitate a USB floppy?

Hmmm, well, yes - quite some time ago I managed to make a USB stick look like a bootable 180 kB floppy to my PC, composing floppy boot sector structures (BIOS parameter block, NO MBR!), FREEDOS boot files, and a rescue program into a very small partition. Booting it was a two step process: set the BIOS to recognize the stick as a floppy, and then booting the stick.
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