|02 Dec 2012||#2|
If so then you need to format the new virtual disk with a dos formated floppy.
I would not worry about formatting your regular C drive as it won't let you do that, you need to run fdisk (which it sounds like you did) and then format the new vpc C drive using the /s option so that it is bootable.
as long as you are running in a Virtual Machine window, it won't let you format the main C drive.
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