Boot Disk - Not enough memory

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retro_diva

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When trying to boot off a network boot disk made in Windows 98, everything goes smoothly but when it tries to map the network drives an error message occurs, "Not enough memory" and the process can't go on. Any ideas?
 
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Until you give system specifications and configuration, and maybe the exact error message, I'm guessing the best anyone can suggest is add more memory, or perhaps remove some programs from memory.
 
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Before you start to map a drive, how much free conventional memory do you have?

How was the network boot disk made? There is nothing I recall in Win98 that would do this automatically.

Are you loading as much as possible into extended or hi memory?
 
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