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Okay. So, the new bootable disk is coming along, but I have run into a brick wall. I need to take an ISO file and convert it to a floppy image so that the EZBOOT software will recognize and be able to boot the image file. It will not boot an ISO file, nor will it boot a .ima or .img file because those are essentially just uncompressed ISO images (not exactly, but similar). I know that I can probably just take a lot of the .ima files from the MRI bootable disc, but I would like to know how to make my own so that I can use other bootable programs as well. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions on where to go to read up more on this, please let me know. Also, RAT, how are those images coming along? I would really love to be able to incorporate them into the bootable disk.

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