I already had to grab the 'new' (2004) version of OnTrack from https://www.philscomputerlab.com/ontrack-disk-manager.html , only to find I couldn't write it to a floppy from my modern machine that has no floppy drive.
So that went onto the old 8GB SD card with Win95, so I could run the floppy creator through the old Pentium there, onto unused spots on the Gotek USB Floppy combo it has... so I could swap back to the 128GB card I'm trying to get working (no proper int13h support so ~8.5GB max otherwise).
Good news is I now have the overlay for it 'working' with the 128GB card and bootable into a single FAT32 partition with the most basic command.com and not much else.
Bad news is, this overlay means I can't directly write to the card from other machines.
Which means I can't do my usual 'copy the Windows setup folder over'.
Hence the jankery with CDs. D:
Onboard IDE controller is so old it can't detect the DVD drive as anything, as all it knows to look for are hard drives.
Which means I'd need a controller card.
Which means I could just not use the stupid overlay to bypass the lack of int13h support.
Which means I wouldn't need the jank DVD drive setup anyway as I could pre-copy the files I need to the SD card.
Oh well, back to 'just' 8GB.
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