Ok I've asked a question in the past to this community with no response, but I'm giving it a second shot with a different question.
Here's the question, does anyone know if it is possible to boot into MS-DOS and access a DVD-RW and run commands like FDISK and FORMAT on the DVD media?
This is a frustrating problem, I just want to make a DOS bootable DVD with GHOST 2003 and an image file on it, but every time I create a Bootable DVD from a Floppy image the DVD thinks it's a floppy I guess because the FAT is sourced out of a 3.5
I finally figured out how to make a USB drive bootable using DOS, but I can FDISK and Format a USB drive. Don't think anyone has made DVD-RW drivers for DOS, but I could be wrong. Help anyone?