Booting Windows or DOS from a floppy disk
To use a floppy disk to boot Windows or DOS:
Remember that if you have an active UNIX partition and boot
Windows or DOS from a floppy disk,
you can transfer to C: to work with the Windows/DOS files.
Make sure all users are logged off the system.
Use the Shutdown Manager
``Stopping the system'')
to shut down SCO OpenServer.
These commands ensure that all users know the system is being
shut down, terminate all processes, then halt the system.
Once the system has shut down, insert the bootable
Windows or DOS disk into the primary (boot) drive.
Boot Windows or DOS.
To get back to the SCO OpenServer partition, remove any disks from the
floppy drive(s) and press
<Ctrl><Alt><Del> or the
reset key, or turn the computer off, then on.
Because the UNIX partition is still active, your UNIX
Removing an operating system from the hard disk
Changing the active partition
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003