Step 1
as test.S -o test.o
ld –Ttext 0x7c00 --oformat=binary test.o –o test.bin
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as test.S –o test.o: Converts the...
Step 2
//Writing to USB
dd if=test.bin of=/dev/sdb1
//For booting from virtual disk in vmware
dd if=/dev/zero of=floppy.im...
Step 3
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Enter BIOS
Modify the boot order to bring your usb device
to the top.
BOOT !
Step 3
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Enter BIOS
Modify the boot order to bring your usb device
to the top.
BOOT !
Making your own bootloader
Making your own bootloader
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Step by step process to create a program that boots at start-up in assembly language and making bootable pendrive or floppy drive

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Making your own bootloader

  1. 1. Step 1 as test.S -o test.o ld –Ttext 0x7c00 --oformat=binary test.o –o test.bin ● ● ● as test.S –o test.o: Converts the given assembly code into respective object code which is an intermediate code generated by the assembler before converting into machine code. The --oformat=binary switch tells the linker you want your output file to be a plain binary image The -Ttext 0x7c00 tells the linker you want your "text" (code segment) address to be loaded to 0x7c00 and thus it calculates the correct address for absolute addressing.
  2. 2. Step 2 //Writing to USB dd if=test.bin of=/dev/sdb1 //For booting from virtual disk in vmware dd if=/dev/zero of=floppy.img bs=512 count=2880 dd if=test.bin of=floppy.img ● Utility dd : Converts and copies the file
  3. 3. Step 3 ● ● ● Enter BIOS Modify the boot order to bring your usb device to the top. BOOT !
  4. 4. Step 3 ● ● ● Enter BIOS Modify the boot order to bring your usb device to the top. BOOT !

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