bootstrap32 - now FAT32 / FAT16 / FAT12
bootstrap32 will now boot and run FAT32, FAT16, and FAT12.
The bootstrap32 code is identical, the only difference is
the Bios Parameter Block (in the boot sector) and the file
system. Even the boot sector code is identical.
bootstrap32 is a PM32 USB bootloader with BIOS extender.
Boot and run 32 bit protected mode code (with access to the
native motherboard BIOS) with the ease and simplicity of
real mode code.
look and see - many look but few see
- Re: Missing user in windows explorer. Virus?
... this is not a Windows problem at all nor is it a boot sector problem. ... said BIOS instead of boot sector, ... that this is a virus, it could be but I think it's unlikely to be a CMOS ... the file I wanted to print through windows explorer, but the Mike user ...
- Re: BIOS not seeing bootloader
... Or do you mean when BIOS was first ... > and it does see three disks. ... started to support more drives, ... That's not so simple - the boot sector is not so smart. ...
- Re: writing to a partition
... I was not motivated to study all the BIOS function calls for their own sake. ... and broke the ice as far as writing to the boot sector was concerned. ... Part I writes directly to memory and then enters an infinite loop. ... hard disk interface, and the different ways to circumvent the hard disk size ...
- Re: O.T. "Registry First Aid" *Defragment Registry*
... Back again after some communication with the developer ... I've come to the conclusion that since RFA does nothing with BIOS it must ... That in turn caused damage to the boot sector. ... I do not have a Windows XP setup disk; I do have a disk to restore my laptop ...
- Re: P4R800-VM motherboard - keyboard problem
... possibly make the whole bios useless (especially since I'm in the UK so ... guessing this means crash free UNLESS you overwrite the boot sector. ...