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WINDOWS 98 STARTUP DISK NUMBER 2 AND SOS 6.22

Discussion in 'DOS/Other' started by kevindolz, Apr 12, 2017.

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    OK IT HAS BEEN OVER 10 YEARS SINCE I STARTED WORKING ON RECOVERING MY OLD TOSHIBA SATELLITE. I NEED WINDOWS 98 ON FLOPPY DISKS. I HAVE SEVERAL CD VERSIONS BUT DO NOT KNOW HOW TO TRANSFER THEM TO MY FLOPPY DISK FROM MY NEWER COMPUTER. HOW DO I MAKE IT AUTO INSTALL? i HAVE A MERGED COPY OF WINDOWS 95 WHICH IS CORRUPTING MY WINDOWS 98. I KEEP getting error messages about incorrect msdos version. i have several options but i am tired of trying to use the command prompt to restore the himen system and other messages. please send me those instructions.i have dozens of programs on floppy dicks some of them work but i am trying to do this correctly. i am working on editing the system using the edit feature but i know that this is dangerous so please i will make requests and you can send me the instructions for the next step.. also sometimes i have trouble getting the system to red the a drive.. i remember that there is a command to read the a drive and to switch back and forth.
     
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