Pc Dos 7.1 Download

  

In this video guide I am showing how to install MS-DOS 7.1. Head to Bootdisk.com and create a 7.1 boot disk (Windows 98 SE Custom, No Ramdrive).MS-DOS 7.1 ad. IBM PC DOS 7.1 has been made available for download. On the IBM ServerGuide Scripting Toolkit download page, the 'Feature overview' said 'The ServerGuide Scripting Toolkit includes IBM PC DOS 7.1'. (The bundled User Guide PDF file said the same thing.) Actually it seems it does not contain all of the software that one would expect to find in. Primarily, an MS-DOS 7.1 ISO installation. Further, some other DOS-related stuff. Most of this site is in czech, but downloads are of course english versions. I decided to publish these things because they are not available any more from the original site. MS-DOS 7.1 ISO download. Dos71scd.zip - compressed ISO with some extra stuff.

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IBM PC-DOS was an IBM branded version of MS-DOS licensed from Microsoft for use on the IBM PC system. Versions of PC-DOS paralleled that of MS-DOS up until version 6.1, where PC-DOS was independently maintained by IBM up until 7.1, the last version. Although not the only OS available for the IBM PC when it came out, it quickly became popular due to its low cost in comparison to the others. Its direct competitors on the PC at the time were CP/M-86 and UCSD p-System. The major differences between PC-DOS and MS-DOS were only in terms of driver support and built in programs until version 6.1 where development diverged.

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For Microsoft and other OEM DOS releases, please see the MS-DOS product page.

The first version of PC-DOS was released in August 1981 with the IBM PC. The last version released by IBM was PC-DOS 7.1, which had updates all the way up until 2003. This last version of DOS is still in use by some hardware developers usually embedded into recovery tools and BIOS flashers.

This OS does not have a GUI. It uses a command line interface, however PC-DOS 4 and later, like MS-DOS, also included the optional graphical DOSShell program. Like other DOSes, third party GUIs can be installed.


Release notes

PC-DOS 2000 is a minor update to PC-DOS 7.0 that fixes Y2K bugs. It is marketed as 'PC-DOS 2000' but it reports itself as 'IBM PC DOS 7.00, revision 1'.

7.0/2000 was the last complete release. Although some embedded products were released with portions of 'PC-DOS 7.1' that added Fat32 support.

IBM PC-DOS was an IBM branded version of MS-DOS licensed from Microsoft for use on the IBM PC system. Versions of PC-DOS paralleled that of MS-DOS up until version 6.1, where PC-DOS was independently maintained by IBM up until 7.1, the last version. Although not the only OS available for the IBM PC when it came out, it quickly became popular due to its low cost in comparison to the others. Its direct competitors on the PC at the time were CP/M-86 and UCSD p-System. The major differences between PC-DOS and MS-DOS were only in terms of driver support and built in programs until version 6.1 where development diverged.

For Microsoft and other OEM DOS releases, please see the MS-DOS product page.

The first version of PC-DOS was released in August 1981 with the IBM PC. The last version released by IBM was PC-DOS 7.1, which had updates all the way up until 2003. This last version of DOS is still in use by some hardware developers usually embedded into recovery tools and BIOS flashers.

This OS does not have a GUI. It uses a command line interface, however PC-DOS 4 and later, like MS-DOS, also included the optional graphical DOSShell program. Like other DOSes, third party GUIs can be installed.


Release notes

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PC-DOS 7, AKA 'IBM PC DOS 7.00, revision 0', adds the REXX Programming language, XDF 1.86MB 3.5' floppy disk support, and Stacker Disk compression.

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Note: The XDF format can not be written on USB floppy drives, or under some OSes, and is not compatible with most emulators. Physical disks must be written under DOS using the provided XDF disk creation tool.