Hi I’m a volunteer for http://www.hhministries.com for the past 4 weeks now. We getting lots of broken and old computers in what I’m trying to repair and but on them new operating systems on it for kid what can’t buy them.
Now with all those older computers it will be nice to have a bootable floppy disk to find out what hardware, size, CPU, and RAM so I don’t have to open each computer. I use to have one but that was in the old days of dos lost that long time a go.
Can there be one made? If so how? Ore are there still some out there on the net. Please don’t send me to some links where shareware the cost is too high for me. I put in more than 35 hours a week as a volunteer right now but I’m on SSD it killing me but I can’t stop the org need some help with IT personal where I’m.
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