Installing 98se from ME

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jfburns31

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I am having problems with ME and not to happy with it. I would like to go to Win98se. How do I go backwards to install 98se on my PC?
 

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Hi and welcome......

It's going to be called format c: and a complete reinstall. Is there anything on the hard drive that you need to save?
 
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What could be so terrible that you would go back to 98SE?

Windows ME, aside from the handy RESTORE feature, is
essentially a tricked out Windows 98SE with a snazzy paint
job.

Read the guides, ask for assistance, and learn your
operating system.
 

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Email from poster (it'll be easier if you'll reply back to the thread, as I may be away, and there are others who can help as well)


This is the message:

I don't have anything really that important. I would like to figure out how to do this. Can I use partition magic?


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I am not familiar with that software (well, I know of it, but I've never used it), so be patient and someone who is will respond........
 

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Email from poster:

This is the message:

Since I am in the technical support field ME is the worst version out there. Many problems with it. Since I would be going back to 98se, what steps do I need to take to allow this to convert smoothly? I am not concerned about files at this point


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Have a look at this link, it should pretty much explain the steps, if you have any questions, please post back.


http://www.hexff.com/win98_install.html
 
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