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On Tuesday July 9, 2013 Gregory Crow said:
In answer to the earlier comment "It ended up with the text "OS/2" on the screen, and nothing more happened" --- I have been told, and have experienced it myself, that OS/2 Warp only installs onto a machine with a genuine Intel Chip. I could never get it past that same screen when I tried it on my machine with an AMD chip. When I put it on my INTEL Pentium III machine, it worked.
On Thursday April 25, 2013 said:
hi guys. i need the step to build the os2 wrap into diskette. what the step for this. Thanks
On Monday February 4, 2013 said:
after i trying. is correct, is was IBM OS/2.
On Thursday October 27, 2011 Xdan said:
It's a new floppy disk format, XDF, which extended a standard 1.44 MB floppy disk to 1.86 MB.
On Sunday February 28, 2010 Ben Cooper said:
These are all 1.8mg disks? Or am I missing something?
On Monday January 18, 2010 mattheus91 said:
Worked fine, thanks.
On Thursday December 17, 2009 ospapapa said:
Thank you a lot!
On Sunday November 29, 2009 said:
It doesn't work. I tried booting up using disk0. It ended up with the text "OS/2" on the screen, and nothing more happened.
On Thursday February 26, 2009 butterpecan said:
On Wednesday February 25, 2009 NetWalker said:
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