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 Post subject: How to use MS-DOS or Win98 Boot Image
PostPosted: Sun Jul 19, 2009 8:22 pm 
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Hello All;

I just can't get any of the tools in the dosapps folder to run on either UBCD v4.1.1 or v50b12. (I always get a "memory managment" screen with options 0-6 and no matter which option I choose, there's an error of some sort.)

I have successfully created, and added, to UBCD v4.1.1 DOS v3.30, DOS v6.20, and Win98 boot images. They all boot A-OK and run fine.

I figure I could create a DOS/Win98 .img for each tool -- but creating an image for each tool would be a daunting task and a maintanence nightmare.

I have been reading about the isolinux.cfg file and the KERNEL and APPEND commands. However, I have ony found rudimentary documentation so can't determine whether I can add a "ubcdcmd" to a DOS/Win98 image used on the initrd command.

Is there a way to replace "dosubcd.igz" with one of the images mentioned above and have it use the "startup.bat" file from the dosapps folder as it does now?

TIA.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 19, 2009 11:21 pm 
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there's an error of some sort

Which error?
Is it an Invalid Opcodes message?
http://ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1845

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Icecube wrote:
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there's an error of some sort

Which error?
Is it an Invalid Opcodes message?
http://ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1845


I'm using v5. Every tool that boots via fdubcd.igz causes the "memory management" screen to appear. Is this WAD?

If I select options 1, 2, or 3, I get:

AUTOEXEC: Error while unpacking "A:\bin\modboot.cab"
AUTOEXEC: Aborted...

If I select option 4 or 5, it causes a bunch of pop-up forms for: CD, USB, Keyb, UDMA, LFN, Fdapm -- then some tools work.

Others, such as AIDA show:

Illegal instruction occurred
CS=3418 IP=0606 ... et. al.
EAX= ... et. al.
ESI ... et. al.
Opcodes ECS: IP CD FF 8F ... et. al.
Aborting pgm...
Press any key...

However, the box is hung and I have to power off to reboot.

I have not seen anything about Invalid Opcodes.


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