Sorry I hi-jacked a quote from one of your previous posts, but it's the reason for this topic. After a couple of nights of work, I've been able to create a bootable flashdrive that boots up on my Dell Inspiron 6400(after tweaking the BIOS). I copied UPCM edit to the flashdrive and got it to load!
My question is, how do you handle the port connection issue? My Dell has no com port and I'd have to use my BlackBox USB/com port adapter. Would that work? I don't have any controllers laying around to try it on, hence my question.
BTW, I used FAT32, and Win 98 boot files. The F: drive comes up as C:, but UPCM did load.
Any thoughts on this?
Am I going down the right road?
If this works out, I'll load all my legacy software on bootable flashdrives.