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Old 27 August 2011, 10:39   #6
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Originally Posted by paul2004v View Post
when I write them to the disks and reboot to test them, the boot sector loads into AmigaDOS and then I get an error stating that the disk is not a DOS disk.
If the disks originally had a custom boot block but after writing to disk boot into AmigaDOS, then this could be caused by a virus. The virus overwrites the boot blocks with itself and imitates a DOS bootblock. With normal DOS disks this won't be recogised, but for custom boot blocks it is deadly.
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