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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Techno_Snoop, Feb 1, 2003.

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  1. Techno_Snoop

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    I really need to format my computer but im not sure how too. I have a pentium 3 550 running windows 98 se. ANY HELP would be greatly apreacited:). I do have a windows 98 cd too:D
     
  2. B3gbie

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    First make a windows startup disk, make sure you have all the required drivers and make sure you back up all your work. Then start the pc with the startup disk in the a drive. You will get a command prompt. Type "format c:" and agree when prompted. Voila, one blank hard disk.
     
  3. Techno_Snoop

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    how do u make a startup disk?
     
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    how do u make a startup disk?
     
  5. Techno_Snoop

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    never mind i figured it out and im trying formating now
     
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    Please let me know if you need further assistance with format or start-up disk. I will help any way I can.
     
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