After i've read many guides, using the program called "Bootable USB Drive Creator Tool", i made an USB pendrive with DOS inside. Now the pendrive is correctly recognized as a boot disk. So, to test it, at computer starting, instead of select the Windows ME hard-disk (that currently doesn't work), i selected the USB pendrive "Kingston".
But instead of read the DOS files, the computer does nothing. (the used pendrive usually lights when files are read or written).
I see just as follows:
any A:/ , B:/ , C:/ , D:/ , E:/ , F:/ ,
anythig works on the keyboard, apart Control+Alt+Canc, that set off the computer.
What should i do to make mine USB-DOS work correctly?
i tested the pendrive in another computer, and the dos starts without problems...
Edited by Barnack, 04 October 2013 - 12:43 PM.