In DOS, the bootble part of the stick would be a:
the part with the cabs on it would be anything from D:-Z: dpending on the number of HDD's in the PC and the boot image you use.
In Windows, the stick will show as its own drive as normal.
Keep in mind on Win9x youd most likley need the drivers for the stick to be recognized in windows too
Windows XP Pro 2002 (SP2)
Intel Northwood 2.4GHz
Compaq Evo D510 SFF
768MB DDR PC2100
NVIDIA TNT2 32MB
Intel 82801 (AC\'97)
C: 40GB (FAT32)