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Upgrading to windows 98 second edition

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by tempcold, Apr 6, 2004.

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  1. tempcold

    tempcold Thread Starter

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    Hi

    i have windows 98 installed on my computer but want to upgrade to second edition 98. I have the disc and have tried to upgrade but when i start to install it a message comes up saying that i can't and that i need some upgrade first. I can't uninstall windows 98 either as i am using FAT32 which means the uninstall won't work. Can anyone help me as i realy don't know how i am going to upgrade to windows 98 second edition or what upgrade i am supposed to get. Hope this makes sense

    thanks :rolleyes:
     
  2. mobo

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    Does it say the exact upgrade you need on the error page ?
     
  3. tempcold

    tempcold Thread Starter

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    no it doesn't say which one
     
  4. mobo

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    And how were you attempting to do the upgrade ?Did you insert the cd then go to srart / run and use D:\setup ?
     
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    no i just put it in and waited for it to run automatically
     
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