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Making A Startup Disk - Casio Cassiopeia MPC-205 User Manual

Casio cassiopeia mpc-205: users guide
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Making a Startup Disk

A startup disk is a floppy diskette that contains the system files required
to start up the system. It starts up the system without using the hard
disk, so it comes in handy when you need to perform troubleshooting
steps.
The optional floppy disk drive is required to make a startup disk.
1. On the Windows Taskbar, click Start, point to Settings, and the click
2. Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
3. In the Add/Remove Programs properties dialog, click the Startup
4. Insert a new 2HD (1.44Mbytes) into the floppy disk drive.
5. Click the Create Disk button to start creation of a startup disk.
6. Specify where the startup disk files are located.
7. When the Insert Disk dialog appears, check to confirm that the floppy
Control Panel.
Disk tab.
• Specify the location of the Cabs folder if you have copied the
Cabs files to your hard disk
C:Windows\Options\Cabs.
• If you have not copied the Cabs files to your hard disk, you will
need to connect the CD-ROM drive and insert the "Microsoft
Windows Me Operating System CD-ROM" into the drive.
disk is inserted in the drive. Next, click OK to create the startup disk.
Click here.
(page
138). The path should be:
121

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