reinstalling W2K with floppies?????HELP!!

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webzter

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My original W2k software wasn't a bootable disk. I was told that when the time had come and I needed to reinstall it, I'd have to make 4-floppies. Well, it's time! I made the four copies- IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I NEED TO KNOW???
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webzter said:
My original W2k software wasn't a bootable disk. I was told that when the time had come and I needed to reinstall it, I'd have to make 4-floppies. Well, it's time! I made the four copies- IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE I NEED TO KNOW???
Thanks
Webz
The four floppies are a possible boot method for W2K.

Boot with the first floppy, then in sequence when prompted.
 

webzter

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Apprececiate the look, thanks! Is that all there is to it? I have the original cd as well- will I need it? Anything else besides misc drivers that I'll need?
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Is this a copy of the 2K CD? I've never seen, or even heard of a 2K CD that isn't bootable.
 
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