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Thanks to the post, I was able to get my EMC-10T to boot up from the USB emulator on my first try today. I set the jumpers as shown, hooked up the cables, and came prepared with three different usb thumbdrives loaded with the boot files. Only one of them would boot the machine directly, but if I copied the files to the USB-floppy emulator then it was fine.

Now I need longer cables and a neat installation.
 

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Your issue is likely the USB Drive. I have 6 different drives and only a old Dell drive that came with a computer years ago will boot the machine. It was the first one I tried. I can use any of them to load files, but only that one boots. I've done all sorts of formatting and other tricks, but, as others have noted, you need to try several older thumb drives to find one that will boot the machine.
 
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