I tried a similar arrangement with Freedos and Win2000, using a small dos
partition and a NTFS partition. Couldn't really get Freedos to behave,
seemed to be unstable. The exact details escape me, however I gave up on it.
I then tried it with drdos 7.03 (which was a free download for personal
use), this has been woking fine for a year. I use XOSL boot manager, again
Drdos has been perfectly stable on my hardware - Asus DDR motherboard with
256meg and a Duron 1.3Ghz.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Bailey" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 15, 2004 7:50 PM
Subject: [Trlog] TRLog under FreeDOS?
> Has anyone managed to get TRLog running under FreeDOS? No, I'm not
> crazy! Dual booting Windows XP and DOS 6.22 is somewhere between very
> hard and impossible if you can't destroy the Windows XP partition (and
> maybe even if you can). Dual booting Windows XP and FreeDOS is
> straightforward. This is due to some weird changes Microsoft has made
> to NTFS and a 2GByte limit that is built into DOS 6.22.
> Any advice would be helpful.
> Thanks and 73.
> Mark, KD4D
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