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I want to run bochs which is a emulator for testing programs. In order to use it, I need a version of a dos boot disk that supports the /s command for system files. I know the win95 command.com supports this, but I am limited to FAT16 as my partition for fdisk for this version.
Is there a way to somehow patch the win95 command.com to support FAT32 which will allow me to use the FAT32 version of fdisk?. If so, how would I do this. If not, would using freedos as a boot disk work for me?
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