Media imaging with ARDI and EMTCOPY

40 gb limit flash size

40 gb limit flash size

Ardi to disk with or without

Ardi to disk

1 gb limit flash size

Legacy formats to Diskette

40 gb limit flash size for I2ARDI
1Gb limit flash size for I2Awdz

40 gb limit flash size for I2ARDI

Ardi conversion

I2AWDZ, I2ADOS and Img2ARDI don't work with
ARDI files produced by Ardi4USB or I2ARDI
Use those programs to produce DOS or OS/2
self un-packing ARDI, otherwize, use

Diskette Images can be created using Ardi4USB or EMT4WIN under Windows or EMT4PM under OS/2. EMT4WIN or EMT4PM can create EMT, MIF, DSK, IMG or ARDI files Ardi4USB creates Self-restorable or non-self-restorable ARDI images Read the documentation or the help files to know the differences You can also use I2ARDI under Windows or IMG2ARDI under OS/2 to create ARDI files..

I2ARDI operations: I2ARDI can be used to create Self-restorable or non-self-restorable images from any of the following:
  • EMT diskette image file
  • MIF diskette image file
  • DSK compressed diskette image file
  • IMG simple diskette image file
  • ARDI self-restorable or non-self-restorable ARDI image file of any version
Converting Diskette image files or previously generated ARDI files to the last format of ARDI files is very fast and is done in one step. You can convert any ARDI format (OS/2, DOS or Windows) to Windows ARDI in one step without the need to read the original diskette, without re-typing your diskette label, message to user or technical data.
To convert an EMTcopy diskette image file to ARDI for Windows:
C:>cd C:\myimages
C:\myimages>IAWDZ AnImage.EMT AnImage.EXE /A /ponewpassw
AnImage.EMT is the original Diskette image file in EMT format
AnImage.EXE is the new ARDI file (self restorable)
/A is the option for Windows Self-restorable ARDI file (/S for non-self-restorable)
/poxxxx is the optional Output file password.
Diskette images can be built using EMT4W32 for example:

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