Reply 40 of 57, by Elia1995
It freezes if I press Enter or if I press F3 to quit the install, so I can't do anything from the floppied DOS, because when I boot the PC with the floppy inside, it automatically launches this blue screen installer, which freezes with whatever key I press, I think I'll have to format it the hard way (install the hardisk in my main desktop with an IDE-SATA adapter, format it and place manually all the files DOS needs, setting the partition as bootable, obviously... well, thinking about it, it would also be much useful to quickly backup files directly in my PC and put them again inside after I "reinstall" DOS, since DOS is an OS that doesn't really need a setup, but a bootable partition with autoexec.bat and config.sys)
Currently assembled vintage computers I own: 11
Most important ones:
A "modded" Olivetti M4 434 S (currently broken).
An Epson El Plus 386DX running MS-DOS 6.22 (currently broken).
Celeron Coppermine 1.10GHz on an M754LMRTP motherboard