Windows 2000 Dual Boot Install Memory Core Dump?!
Hey guys, Im at my frickin wits end with this one.
I recently picked up a second 20gig IBM hard drive, with the intent of setting up a win98/win2k dual boot. I'll outline the steps I took to do this.
1.Copied all files wanted to keep over to the D drive.
2.Booted into dos and deltree's c:\windows, c:\program files.
3.Installed windows 98 onto the D: drive.
4.Put in win2k cd, said no to upgrade, selected a clean install onto c:\winnt
5.Began the install process for win2k, got to the point of "Saving Settings" and I got a good ol NT screen of death screaming at me about a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT problem. The error number was 0x0000001A I believe.
6.I repeated step 5 numerous times, with varying results.
I need some help, and fast! What should I do to fix this problem? All the suggestions on the Microsoft tech support site had to do with BIOS settings that I dont believe will help(disabling system cache, etc.)
My computer is as follows:
AMD k6-2 500 oc to 550
Asus p5A-b mobo
Viper 2 video
SB PCI128 sound card
Should I remove win98 and put it on the C drive? What files do I need to leave on the C drive so the current D installation of win98 can properly boot.
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