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Don't. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. You don't want Windows to mess up and try to keep anything you have already loaded. Parallels Forums Home Forums > Parallels Cross-Platform Solutions > Parallels Desktop for Mac > Windows Guest OS Discussion > CD-ROM Drive Doesn't Appear in Win98 Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' you could try here

Yes, it is Win 98 and I have a new development. Step 1: Get Microsoft Network Support working first. This option has been dropped from later versions of the driver software -- probably good. To do this you'll need to remove its securing screws and the EIDE and PSU cables plugged into the back of the drive.

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C:\>cd \windows\options\cabs C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS>setup At this point, the Windows 9x startup program will start. Note, if you are running Netware v4.x, you are logging into your network in the Bindary Emulation context, for you are not coming in as a NDS user. Note: Because some elements of Parallels (especially with older builds) don't get completely removed/stopped or installed/activated until after your Mac is rebooted, it is usually a good idea to reboot your If you're lucky, you'll have this either on a floppy disk or CD-ROM that came with your drive.

There is no way to get Win95r2 legimiately other than to buy a computer with it (and then you can only use it on that one computer...) Update: It appears it DOS drivers for (standard) CD-ROM drives are partof the standard boot disks you can download fromwww.bootdisk.com-- Don PhillipsonCarlsbad Springs(Ottawa, Canada) SenatorFeb 20, 2005, 2:21 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?)Thanks I recommend yes, do use FAT32. Now I do not have a cdrom when I open "My computer", it's gone!!

Its fairly easy to do. How To Install Windows 98 From Cd Step By Step As for the dying drive on the first system, have you tried it on the other system to see if it shows up there? Thank you sooooo very much. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/190303 Set the Primary Network Login to Client for Netware Networks.

In practice, unless you disable the NDS support on the client, you WILL attach to the specified server, then from there you will log into the tree. Commands for the DOS command line challenged: You type the stuff in lower case and Italics A:\>C: C:\>md windows C:\>cd windows C:\WINDOWS>md options C:\WINDOWS>cd options What you need to do now is copy Gscdrom.sys and the associated unzipped driver files to a folder on your Windows 98 Startup Disk and edit its Config.sys and Autoexec.bat files. You will probably now need to set up printers, but that's another story...

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Skip it. his comment is here We'll use BEJCRD-8322B as an example of how to locate a download of the associated real mode driver and how to add it to your Windows 98 Startup disk. Windows 98 Cd Rom Driver Download Good luck! Windows 98 Startup Disk I tried the new hardware wizard, but as far as I could tell it did not find a CR-ROM device.Click to expand...

Solution: 1) Load the client from a CD-ROM (a problem if you don't have a CD-ROM burner) or 2) copy the client to the local workstation FIRST. read the full info here Or ignore them. I checked the CD on another win98 system, and it's OK. A typical bios screen has two rows of options you can look at and the first one on the left is where you would see the hard drive and CD drive Windows 98 Download

Don't do upgrades. I will not name any names. Boot the computer while repeatedly pressing F8 until you get to a menu (as if you were trying to get to Safe Mode). website here Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I think i know a solution by Nivarion / July 5, 2008 3:31 PM PDT In reply to: Win. 98 won't detect IDE

Using the site is easy and fun. All rights reserved. IDG Communications Installing Windows 95, Windows 95r2 or Windows 98 I've discovered that many people don't really have a "Good" way of installing Windows 95, Windows Think that might work?

I understand the Windows 98 upgrade does something else, not sure what, but I understand it is more unpleasant.

In Windows 98, HOW did you determine the drive was missing?Explorer can be told to hide drive letters. It works well, but it has lots of "extras" which probably don't do much for most people running Netware v4 or earlier, so I am personally keeping v2.5 around for older Edited by Leurgy, 25 April 2005 - 08:24 PM. This may not be appropriate.

I feel there is some way of re-installing the driver, but have reached the limits of my capabilities. tweake' (or someone) gave a link here to some "modern" DOS TCP/IP programmes quite a while ago. 29-10-2005,05:28 PM #9 Terry Porritt View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message In a Under hard disk controllers I found only "Primary IDE controller (single fifo)" and "Standard Dual PCI IDE Controller". useful source Everyone's Windows 95 NDIS driver works, that can't be said of the 32 bit ODI drivers.

This helps minimize those problems. Update for Windows 98: I -- and many other people -- have discovered that under some cirumstances, it is not possible to install the Netware client from the server. The boot disk wouldn't run the CD drive at that point anyway so even replacing the windows drivers seemed pointless.