Here's the message I get:
G:\tools\ubcd2usb>ubcd2usb G:\ F: -Y -D 1
UBCD2USB: Creating bootable UBCD memory stick ...
UBCD2USB: Launching 'makebootfat' to format USB drive
device_start 0 [sectors]
device_size 1994752 [sectors], 974 [MB]
device_geometry 974/64/32 [cylinders/heads/sectors] (ZIP-Drive compatible)
Error 87 reading the device.
(ERROR) 'makebootfat.exe' failed
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Running on XP with full administrative privilidges. G:\ is path to the virtual daemon drive on which I mounted the UBCD iso. Alhough I tried G:, g:, G:\, G:/, g:/, g:\, g and G..
F is the drive of the USB drive, although I also did try f:, f, f:/, f:\, F:/, F:\ and so on.
Checking the drive manager in windows' control panel shows the usb is drive number 1. That shouldn't be required, as the drive is the ONLY usb drive on the system.
How do I fix this damned broken thing?
Cheers, and I'd be grateful for anyone giving a hand.