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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by jssch, Nov 28, 2001.

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  1. jssch

    jssch Thread Starter

    Nov 27, 2000
    How do I create a boot disk for my Windows 98?
  2. Bryan


    Jul 3, 1999
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    Do you have access to a W98 PC? If so, do this to create a boot diskette

    Start>Settings>ControlPanel>Add/RemovePrograms>StartUpDisk. Insert a formatted floppy diskette and click on CreateDisk.

    If you don't have access to a W98 PC, go <a href=http://www.user-friendly.net/download/download.htm> here</a>, click on the link to download Boot98.exe and download it to the Hardrive, not a floppy. Once it's downloaded, insert a floppy diskette and double left click on the Boot98.exe file you saved earlier to create a W98 boot diskette. It will lead you through the creation.
  3. Dan O

    Dan O

    Feb 13, 1999
    I like easy questions.

    Select Start, Settings, Control Panel, Add/Remove Applications, Startup Disk tab, and following the instructions.
  4. Davey7549


    Feb 28, 2001
    Here is a paragraph from the MS KB article on Startup disk creation Win98
    To create a Windows 98 Startup disk:
    Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add/Remove Programs.

    Click the Startup Disk tab, and then click Create Disk.

    Label a disk "Windows 98 Startup Disk," insert the disk in your disk drive when you are prompted, and then click OK.

    Click OK to quit Add/Remove Programs.

    Remove the Startup disk, and then store the disk in a safe place.

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