ok so i have this ancient 200 Mhz computer with 64 MB RAM with a 10 gig seagate hdd. now my question is: i dont have a win98se boot disk around. is there any way i can get around that and install win98se. i tried to find one online but when i put it in it doesnt like it and says to remove it and restart. my boot sequence is set to first read floppy then cdrom then hdd. then i tried to do the cdrom first then floppy then hdd. no luck. what can i do. thanks for any help.
Try some of these out. http://bootdisk.com/
Firstly setting your BIOS so that the CD-ROM is the first detected bootable device may be all you need to do.
Otherwise, to create a bootable floppy diskette at the command line type
format a: /s
When you boot using this diskette - changing first bootable device to FD - go to the prompt for your CD-ROM, e.g., D.
Type at the A prompt (A:/>) d:
Now you are at the CD-ROM command line prompt (d:/>). Type setup.exe
You CD-Rom for Win98 will start to spin and load.
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