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I am new here and I downloaded the dos 6.22 image files and when I try to copy then on to a formatted floppy it gives me a message saying I am 16.5 kilobytes short Not enough disk space.
Running windows 7.
Can anyone help me?
Are you trying to straight-up copy the image files onto your floppy disks?
If so, I'm afraid that's not the way to do it. You're supposed to burn the image files onto the disks by using specified floppy dumping/burning software such as WinImage or RawWrite. Simply use one of those two (or a similar program) to write the image files onto the disks.
If you have a virtualizer or emulator with access to the physical floppy drive, you can start the installation of DOS 6.22 from the disk image, then have the installer install it onto the physical floppy.
You can also do SYS A: or B: to the actual floppy after installing DOS in the virtualizer/emulator.
I don't want to sound like a mod, but this topic isn't something that should be posted in the News & Announcements forum, this is a topic that would have been better posted in the Software forum.
Moved to software.
Winworld provides most downloads in disk image (IMG) format. One writes those images to a real floppy disk using a tool such as Winimage. If you intend to run software in an emulator or virtualizer instead of a real PC, then tell your emulator or virtualizer to use the IMG file as an emulated floppy drive by pointing it to the IMG file.
Thanks everyone I used WinImage and it works.