I need to make a DOS boot disk that will load my SATA RAID drivers, kinda like what XP does, press F6, and get me to command prompt so I can use XCOPY on those drives. I'm sure someone is going to ask why so heres the story. Stupid me installed my OS, XP Pro, on RAID 0 stripped, 2 250GB. Not smart. Now the partition table is screwed and I can't access it with anything except dos. XP recovery console blue screens, I installed a fresh copy of XP on another drive and if I even plug the drives in it blue screens on startup. Linux won't mount the partition because the table is screwed. But on some last ditch effort I popped the old win2000 pro in and went to the recovery console and bam it worked. I can see all my stuff. The problem is MS decided not to put xcopy on the list of repair tools and locked copy from being able to copy directories, just single files, and that might take awhile. So if anyone has a better idea let me know. And please don't tell me to use linux. If I can use XCOPY it would be much quicker than trying to learn a bunch of linux.