Select the “Create a bootable disk using” option and then choose “FreeDOS” from the dropdown menu next to that option. Click the “Start” button to format the disk and copy the files necessary to boot into FreeDOS. RUFUS – Booting DOS from USB. Download Rufus and launch the program. (1) Select your USB Device from the drop down, (2) Choose the Fat32 filesystem, (3) Tick the option to Create a DOS bootable disk. Click the Start button to create the DOS Bootable Drive. After starting Rufus as Admin, follow these instructions: Select the USB stick to be formatted. Click next on the drop-down menu to create a bootable disk using and select FreeDOS. Now click on Start to format the stick and install FreeDOS. Creating a Bootable DOS - OS-independent Alternative.
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