Too much data is needed for XP, much more than will fit on a flop. Do a Google search for "Windows XP boot CD" and see what you find. Too much trouble for me.
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Is it possible to make an emergency boot-up floppy for XP like you can do in Linux? I have a disk made for my SuSE Linux that will start that O.S. for me, if necessary.Can the same be done with XP Pro and if yes, how do I make it? Will it not interfere with the MBR on the hard drive? Again, in Linux this is the case, the disk serves as an emergency if the MBR gets screwed up. Please note my XP Pro is on drive 'D', 98SE and Linux and on a partitioned 'C'.