Does such a thing exist? I'm trying to update my BIOS drivers and the instructions say to make a boot floppy as part of the process. First problem is I don't have a floppy drive installed :doh:. I thought I might try booting from a USB drive. Only thing is, as per this page, I need to make a boot floppy image so I can copy the bootsector info. I tried downloading Windows' XP Pro (but not 64-bit) floppy disk utility from Microsoft only to get an error message that it doesn't support 64-bit. A search on Microsoft's website returns nothing. I scoured the internet but it seems such a thing doesn't exist? I'm not the most tech-savvy, but what should I do? Can I just find a boot floppy image somewhere for regular XP and boot from that? What a hassle just to update my BIOS (and this because of an NV4_disp.dll BSOD that keeps popping up) Any help greatly appreciated. These random crashes are no fun and I've no clue whether it's a NVidia driver issue or my motherboard.