- DOS Bootable USB flash drive - how I did it : Perley's Pontificating Place
There are 2 things you need in order to make an USB flash drive boot into DOS. The first is a boot sector, and the second are the DOS boot files. Below are the steps I used to get these onto a USB flash drive, making it possible to boot into DOS from the USB flash drive. The following steps where all done in Microsoft Windows XP in a VMware virtual machine. They should work with most other versions of MS Windows. I successfully used these steps on an USB flash drive I got at Immersion Week 2008 for use in a ZFS demo (Identifies itself as CBM). YMMV depending on USB flash drive model and manufacturer. These steps are based off of the very useful information at BootDisk.com.
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- How to format a USB memory key
If you do not have a floppy disk drive, you may want to create a bootable USB memory key which will allow you to boot into a pure DOS environment. This can be very useful if you want to flash your BIOS. Here is a step by step procedure on how to perform this operation. Uses the HP USB Disk Format Tool.
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- Programming restrictions on EJB
Do's and don'ts when developing EJBs
Sanjay provides an overview of the programming restrictions on EJB
component code that developers should adhere to and lists the
features in Java that you'd be wise to avoid in order to write
reliable and portable EJB 1.1 components.
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