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Thread: Creating a boot disk in Win98SE




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    I know how to create the boot disk from the Add/Remove Program menu, but I thought I remembered that there were another 2 or 3 files that you needed to copy manually. I just can't remember what they are.

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    Win 98SE should give you a usable Bootdisc, just as you described.

    If in doubt, test it to ensure you can get your CD-ROM drive to work.

    In 95 you had to add CD-ROM drivers, and change the autoexec.bat and sys.ini files.
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    Maybe that is what I was thinking of. Thanks Mr. C.

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    u shouldn't need to copy any files to floppy on a win98 boot disk

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    Quote Originally Posted by JealousMidget
    Maybe that is what I was thinking of. Thanks Mr. C.

    YW JealousMidget - just be sure to boot up with that floppy in, and make sure you can access your CD - Rom.
    Don't want to find out too late - if there should be a problem.
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    copy xcopy.exe onto the disk coz it comes in handy!
    At the request of wiggo ;)

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