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Old 04-14-2005, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I load the program onto a floppy? I tried clciking on rawrite.exe, but a dos like screen shows up and tells me to enter disk image source file name. Can someone tell me what to type in there? thanks
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Use the install.bat and type in A and hit enter. Make sure you have a formatted floppy in the A:\ drive.
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Ok thanks, thats what I needed to know.

edit: Alright well, I just tried opening install file, but it opens for a second then goes away. It won't let me type anything in it. Do you have any ideas?
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Put the memtest86 folder in the desktop
START> RUN> Type in CMD, than hit enter> type in cd desktop/memtest86> then type install, and hit enter

Than type in A:
Make sure a formatted floppy is in your A:
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