urgent: need to remove the virtual A: drive

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dragondad

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I have a old (2000) AMD based system which has been abandon for years, now I need to install it. I face a tough question, whenever I install the OS, I was warned that there is a A: drive (actually I already take off the floppy drive), it must be a virtual A: drive, and it is not belong to particular hard drive, it exist after I try it on another hard drive, it looks like it is belong to memory, so please kindly give me some suggestion of how to remove this virtual A: drive.
On this A: drive, I can find some DOS system file, such as FDSIK, config.sys. But no clue of how it was built (may forgot the detailed, it is 5 years history).
Thanks.
 
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