As part of a support call, I was instructed to create a DOS-bootable USB key. How on earth do I do that? I didn't realize DOS still even existed.
or those of you that aren't as old as we are and don't know much about DOS which is a text based view of an operating system which has been paved over and covered by Windows.
Yes and updating the BIOS in some computers is sometimes requires you to create a DOS bookable USB key. And it is actually quite simple.
There is a utility called RUFAS that I found that is easy to download and easy to use that creates the DOS bootable USB key. You install whatever tools you need on there and boot on the key and run those tools.
Dos Bootable USB Key