Bug with pc-dos 2000 and virtualbox ? ( hard drive randomly corrupting)
I have just noticed a strange bug that involves pc-dos 2000 and Virtualbox. The hard drive mounted that has PC-DOS 2000 installed keeps randomly getting corrupted .
ways that it gets corrupted:
1) If the hard drive image is 4Gb and I do a 2Gb primary partition and when a 2Gb extended partition is made and than formatted , it gets corrupted and will refuse to boot.
2) If I get the hard drive image from the virtual machine and mount it on windows 10 with the VHD mount tool, adding files to the virtual hard drive , unmounting it , booting the virtual machine than will cause it to get corrupted again and not boot
I know it corrupted because if I boot a ms-dos 6.22 floppy and run scandisk on the C: corrupted drive comes up about bad sectors / clusters . Also none of these issues happens when using ms-dos 6.22 . Also I can make it recur if I make a whole new virtualmachine with pc-dos 2000 .