OK. After a long month of googling and researching (from Sep 27 to Oct 20), I've found driver by Paragon, and could get it working.
1) create MS-DOS boot floppy image (I think you already know how to do it...)
2) copy this driver
3) create an ISO (for example, with UltraISO), and put floppy image there
4) create a batch file, which mounts floppy image in virtual drive , using Rawwrite.exe
5) set that batch as ISO's bootable file
6) write your ISO to floppy , using tools like WinToFlash
This driver's specifications:
1) It can read/write NTFS drives
2) It is very very small. (NTFSDos needs many files and much space)
3) It doesn't need
Config.sys. It just needs you to run mount.bat.
4) It's silent. (NTFSDos's free versions always show smtg)
5) You can even copy it to floppy, just by creating an MS-DOS boot disk!
6) It runs almost in all MS-DOSes.
7) In this link it's FREE to download :)
I think this can help a lot of people, who don't want to search everywhere;)
Good luck !