Manage Floppies with Winimage
So you know how to create a boot floppy the proper way. Here's a method of managing your floppy disks by archiving them to files on your hard drive or a CD. Winimage is a program which lets you take 'images' of your floppy disks in much the same way as Norton Ghost images hard disk partitions. Using Winimage, it's not necessary to keep hundreds of old floppies boxed away, just in case they're ever needed again. Simply image and archive all your disks and then give the re-formatted old floppies away to forgetful TAFE students. If you need a floppy, then just create one using a blank disk with the archived image from your collection. This program really comes into its own for making bootable floppy disks. Winimage supports full drag and drop, with easy file insertion/removal from an image archive. Instead of having to SYS a floppy every time, simply make an image of a bootable floppy and drag and drop other files to/from the archive, saving it to another file name as you go. Easy.
Using WinimageNo installation is necessary. Run Winimage from a network share or copy the files to a Winimage folder and run Winimage.exe. Go to OPTIONS, Winimage Mode Selection to select Professional Mode for increased functionality. Winimage can also be
Winimage FilesFind Winimage under http://10.0.0.10/files/winimage_zipped.exe Here you will also find images for:
Windows 98SE Setup [boot with CD drivers]: w98_boot.imz
Andy's celebrated 4-in-1 Network boot disk: 4-in-1_2006.imz Click on the icon far right to go to the Winimage Website..
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