I have used the format option clicking on the box that says "Create an MS-DOS startup disk" - Here's a pic: http://mirror.href.c...nxp/format2.gif
But that option only creates a limited disk, with which I cannot run scandisks and probably doesn't have the format command either.
I think it was possible to create the full version of the startup disk (the one that I want) with Windows 98, using the Add/Remove Programs Properties.
Anyway, I have downloaded little programs that claim to create a full boot disk but they demand 6 diskettes.
I want the simple and full boot diskette that takes up only one (but whole) diskette.
Some manuals tell me to copy files from C: to A: using the DOS simulator of XP (cmd.exe). But those manuals don't include the syntax and I don't remember how to copy using DOS.