Jim Scheef wrote:
> Hello all,
> The other day I got some more RAM for my Toshiba T6600C "laptop" and tried to install OS/2. I have OS/2 Warp 3 on a couple dozen original IBM installation 3.5" diskettes. Someone asked some time ago for images of these diskettes so I have a number of questions.
> 1. How would I make archival images of these diskettes? I tried RawWrite which I thought was basically a Windows version of DD. RawWrite could not handle the OS/2 installation disk format (which may use long sectors and other tricks).
Look at http://perso.orange.fr/dvalot/emtcopy.htm
he has diskette imaging
utility for OS/2, Linux and windoze. This originally use to be an IBM
Internal Only application but he has released it for anyone to use now and
continues to update it.
> 2. Unable to make the copies, I went ahead and tried to run the install which failed on disk #2 or 3, I forget which. Now the floppy drive may be dirty and I have a cleaning diskette and solvent somewhere, but the floppy may in fact be bad. And if that one is bad, others may be bad as well. So, does anyone have OS/2 Warp 3 or 4 on CD (with TCP/IP networking)? If anyone has one, I'll work out a place to upload the ISO.
Well there are several boxes of Warp3 at InfoAge. I think a couple are
floppy versions. Upgrade versions are the same as full versions except for
the license. If not all the disk images are on the CD. I need a copy
myself to install Warp3 on a couple of Thinkpad 701c (with the butterfly
keyboard) that I just got off of eBay. I need to find time to get over
there to pickup a copy myself. Or I can just make the disks myself if I
can find my Warp3 CD here.
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