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Creating a Bootable DOS Flash Drive the Easy Way
Creating a bootable flash drive equipped with a Windows installer or Linux distro is a simple affair today, but what about creating one with DOS? Yes, DOS. The need for such a thing can hit you when you least expect it, especially as a hardware enthusiast, but luckily, creating one is very, very easy.
Read through our quick how-to on creating a bootable DOS flash drive, and then discuss it here!
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