DEVICEHIGH=SBCD.SYS /D:MSCD001 /P:220
Next, copy the SYS file itself from its original location (C:\SB\SBCD.SYS) to the floppy.
Now do the same thing for C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT: Look for a file with "CD" in it. For example, you might see something like:
rem - By Windows Setup - C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND\MSCDEX.EXE /D:MSCD001 /V /M:15
Copy this line to the floppy's Autoexec, but remove the REM and the references to the C:\ drive, like this:
LH MSCDEX.EXE /D:MSCD001 /V /M:15
And then -- if you haven't already -- copy the referenced EXE to the floppy. In this case, you'd copy
C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND\MSCDEX.EXE to the floppy.
Now reboot, and see what happens. You might have to dig more lines from your existing C:\CONFIG.SYS and C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT, but when you're done, you'll have a versatile floppy that's specific to your PC and that has the files you need to perform just about any kind of low-level work you need to do.
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