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JFYI There is a new version of grub4dos for UEFI, made by yaya, this is his third version: http://grub4dos.chenall.net/downloads/grub4dos-0.4.6a_for_UEFI-2020-11-26/ yaya's post on http://bbs.wuyou.net/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=422652 Please remember this is a work in progress so it is an experimental version. This new grub4dos for UEFI was developed by yaya, so in no way I'm involved on it's development, but I think this thread deserves to be on this section of the forum just because the relevance of the subject. I made that desition because unfortunately the author
The DOS multibooting procedure between DOS, OS/2 and Windows 95 has became a wonderful project of mutibooting between these OSes under Virtual PC 2007. However, for one OS, I'm running into issues here. I have Windows 95 installed on the third hard drive. Using GRUB4DOS, I had to hide the MS-DOS hard disk image on (hd0) and the OS/2 Warp hard disk image on (hd1). I then mapped the third hard disk image where Windows 95 is installed on (hd2) as (hd0) and although the OS work fine, it's showing original drive letters, M, N, O and P as phantom hard drives and drives C, D, E and F u
I've used WinBuilder (Win8.1SE v82) to build a custom PE/RE multiboot USB and I've added 4 ISOs to it and installed grub4dos (tried with bootice as well as RMPrepUSB), however I cannot get certain ISOs to boot as they hang at: (hd0,0) FAT12 BPB found with 0xEB (jmp) leading the boot sector. probed C/H/S = 80/2/18, probed total sectors = 2880 I've searched for hours on Google, however I can't find anything that references the cause of this. I'm getting this error with a custom repair iso, and gparted (most recent amd64) is hanging, eventually kicking back to bootloader command line afte
For a while, I've been experiencing ways how to run the MS-DOS operating system in both a virtual machine and natively. In this example, I created a MS-DOS 7.1 virtual machine under DOSBox and I linked the disk image in GRUB4DOS so that I can natively boot the OS. Here's how you can do it: INSTRUCTIONS 1. For hard disk image and proper CHS geometry support, download DOSBox Megabuild 6 (DOSBox MB6), if you haven't already done so. 2. Download the latest stable version of GRUB4DOS. While the latest version of GRUB4DOS is version 0.4.6, I wouldn't recommend constantly updating the bootloader. 3.