Easier said than done I'm afraid. It's easy once you set it all up, but out of the box is difficult. Here's what you can do though.
Virtual Floppy Drive. I use this to create an MS-DOS boot disk or Caldera Dos boot disk and customize from there.http://vmblog.com/archive/2007/03/14/vi ... eedom.aspx
If the vendor supplies a floppy image, then simply mount the virtual floppy drive and write to that, without having to pull out the flash file and cram it into a copy of MS-DOS.
Once the floppy files reside on said floppy, you need to use RAWREAD/RAWRITE from here to pack it all up into an ISO (The VFD doesn't work so well at this part)http://www.pamarsystems.com/raw.html
Now with IMG file in hand, you need to load it on a working copy of ISOLinux, or add it to the Ultimate Boot CD if your really lazy. Providing exact instructions for doing either of those would be very long and require screenshots though.
Once you have your custom CD, the first 2 steps work great for any sort of bootable flash floppy you need to create. Simply load em all into the CD, and customize the menu to load any of them as needed and your golden.
I have 14 laptops and 4 desktops in my environment here (Different models that is) and its quite handy.
For the sake of time, I'd say run out and get a USB Floppy drive real fast. Since the CD method is not quick if you've never built one.
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