My recommendation is to prepare for a clean install, but first try the upgrade option. There are exceptions where a clean install can impair the performance over a well prepared upgrade. In that case, the OEM field in its Boot Record will contain the phrase "MSWIN4.1" rather than an "IHC" string. For anyone who wants to do some serious file comparisons between these FDISK files, you really need to unpack them first! check my blog
It's a choice of drives that has to be made, as to which one to install in the laptop. The particular program I want to run will give the full benefits only if run with true MS-DOS, not DOS-in-WINDOWS and WIN 95 and WIN 98 have been recommended. Even this will be problematic if the program needs to actually write, specifically, to an A: drive. In Pro, you are given the option of creating a password or leaving it blank. 21. directory
For Pro, the same goes for Pro as suggested for Home, but you will have the choice to join a Domain, if you do not have a Domain or do not Try searching for "mouse" on your system; if that fails, look in an older OS or search the Net for one. This makes no sence to me at all! I recommend the use of a Windows 98 Startup disk for this procedure.
D:\setup.exe (Windows 98 install). If my memory serves me, no CD of Win98se had any special marking - the hologram was on the packaging - the box, or inside on a manual with a hologram It might read, but will not boot. Jul 15, 2013 #3 Telegraphman TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks.
Since this is also the same disk that Windows asks you to create during the installation process, you may already have one! Dual Boot Windows 98 And Xp Step By Step I'm repeating steps 2-4 in cliffordcooley's post actually...... It was difficult, time consuming and I gave up with a 98 installation that looked fine but lacked graphics acceleration. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Cant read files from floppy (98se) in XP by atekla / July 8, 2004 6:07 PM PDT In reply to: Re: Cant
There was support on the VM forum and I did wonder about trying downloading some of the earlier VMPlayers from the archive to experiment. If your computer does not support booting from CD-Rom, you should also be able to boot with a 98 Startup disk, and run WINNT.EXE from the I386 folder of your XP Sep 12, 2013 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics Will a Win ME CD key work with Win 98SE? Aug 18, 2013 #16 cliffordcooley TS Guardian Fighter Posts: 8,893 +3,098 bazz2004 said: ↑ That sounds exactly right but it's that strange combined DD/Floppy that's the problem.
Here is some amended info. http://thestarman.pcministry.com/DOS/bd98/SD1.htm Personalize your XP Enter your Name and Organization. 19. How To Install Windows 98 Over Windows Xp Regards. Windows Xp To Windows 98 If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ.
When you get to the BIOS, access the screen that allows you to change the boot sequence. click site You must activate within 30 days of installing XP, but you do not ever have to register, Registration is completely optional and if you do not register, no personal information will Known Issues for XP Upgrades More KB setup related articles What are the negatives? Thus if there are any problems when burning the ISO to a compact disk one can identify that the problem lies with the burning software/hardware and not with the ISO file
The DOS utilities can be run 'as is' from the CD itself in an emergency. To enable the XP firewall: Control Panel - Network Connections. You may also... news They are extremely valuable if you wanting to extract partition information or to directly edit the partition tables.
You'll be prompted for the Administrator password. When you see the "Press any Key to Reboot" do not Press any Key. You have a Windows 98 Floppy Boot Disk and Windows 98 Installation CDROM.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? For Pro, enter the same password you did during setup for the Administrator account (this is not the same as the password for an Admin level account. Setup users screen. Repairing the Windows XP Boot Loader Create a Win98 Startup Disk Create a Notepad file with the following entries, exactly as shown: L 100 2 0 1 N C:\BOOTSECT.DOS R BX
I would like to be sure you actually are able to correctly perform the bios change necessary to permit booting from the CD. Microsoft Windows Security Update CD Steps to Clean Install XP If the above instructions for configuring your system to boot from CD or you have acquired the necessary boot You'll see some files being copied, then you'll be presented with a choice of installing or repairing an existing installation. More about the author the copying of files can take awhile. 6.
XP can wait. It will however often function from a floppy emulated CD - though this is not a certainty - and your system must be set up to boot from a CD. Thank You 34. Although virtual OS's are useful I can't recommend them for anything older than XP.
Does your system allow booting from the CD? another no brainer by Microsoft! Therefore, we'll be switching to Real (16-bit) DOS in order to complete any exercise that uses DISKEDIT. So what the hell did the rest of the world do with there floppies full of info that could not be opened or converted in XP.
Connect with Daniel Petri Like on Facebook Follow on Twitter Circle on Google+ Subscribe via RSS Sponsors Join the Petri Insider Subscribe to the Petri Insider email newsletter to stay up It may have a date/time of: 08-10-2001 6:00 am associated with it (but I've seen copies of the same CD with other dates and times for the same exact DISKEDIT program; The boot floppies ("start-up diskettes") referenced on this page have been converted into ISO files. Set up your internet or network connection. 31.
Set it to boot from CD before hard drive in the boot sequence.