Plan-A: To create an MSDOS boot disk from windows:
Insert a floppy disk into your computer's floppy drive. Open My Computer, and then click the floppy disk drive to select it. On the File menu, point to the name of the floppy drive, and then click Format. Under Format options, click Create an MS-DOS startup disk. Click Start.
Important: Creating an MS-DOS startup disk erases all information on the floppy disk.
Notes: To open My Computer, double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop. The MS-DOS startup disk only allows the system to boot into an MS-DOS prompt. The disk contains no additional tools.
Plan-B: You can also get your system to boot into command prompt mode by pressing F8 while it's booting, although this give you command prompt only, it might be classified as "windows" as far as the VDC application is concerned..
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