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Contents of the BOOTCOPY.DOC file
BOOTCOPY : Copy Disk Boot Record Program
Version 1.00, 04-Mar-1987
(C) Copyright 1987 by
All Rights Reserved
This program enables the user to copy the disk boot record from a
known good disk to a disk which has had its own boot record corrupted.
To determine if a disk's boot record is corrupted, run DISKINFO on it.
If DISKINFO returns strange values, or if it gives a "Divide Overflow"
error, you probably have a corrupted boot record. When using BOOTCOPY,
you must ensure that the source disk is of the same format as the
destination disk. In other words, if the damaged disk was a
singlesided, 8 TPI disk, the source disk must also be single sided and
BOOTCOPY d1: d2:
d1: Source Drive Letter. This is the drive from which the
boot record will be copied, and should contain the known
d2: Destination Drive Letter. This is the drive to which
the boot record will be copied, and should contain the
BOOTCOPY A: B: (Will copy the Boot Record from Drive A: to Drive B:)
This software is hereby released into the public domain, and may
therefore be freely copied and distributed within the following
1). It is distributed in its original, unmodified form, including
source code and documentation.
2). No fee is charged for use, copying or distribution.
3). The program may not be included with other goods or services
supplied for a fee, unless written permission to do so is
obtained in advance from the author.
This program is provided AS IS without any warranty, expressed or
implied, including but not limited to fitfulness for a particular
If you have any questions or comments about this or any other SMG
program, write to me at the following address:
Steven M. Georgiades
701-H South Hayward Street
Anaheim, CA 92804
If you are using this program and find it of value, your contribution
in any amount ($5.00 suggested) will be greatly appreciated. Make
checks payable to Steven M. Georgiades.
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