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First post, by tmodis

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I need a boot diskette for Windows 95 (to start my old High Note Ultra CT475)
Can someone tell me how to go about it?

Reply 1 of 3, by Repo Man11

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This site has boot disk images: http://bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm

"A lot of times when you first start out on a project you think, This is never going to be finished. But then it is, and you think, Wow, it wasn't even worth it." - Jack Handey

Reply 2 of 3, by Masaw

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1.44MB Floppy image of Win95A and Win95B bootdisks respectively. then use Rawrite32 (https://www.netbsd.org/~martin/download/rawri … exe-1.0.9.0.zip) to write the image to a floppy disk.

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  • Filename
    Win95B.zip
    File size
    818.05 KiB
    Downloads
    40 downloads
    File license
    Public domain
  • Filename
    Win95A.zip
    File size
    724.94 KiB
    Downloads
    35 downloads
    File license
    Public domain

Reply 3 of 3, by Cosmic

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To add onto the previous reply, RawWriteWin is also a great tool for writing floppy images too. It lets you read them back as well for a quick MD5 to verify it was written correctly. The source is available and it runs on Win 95 to 10, might be a fun task to add auto-verify to it...

http://www.chrysocome.net/rawwrite