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Thanks in advance. Enter 1. Correct - but your computer must be set to boot from CD first. Manual process The netboot approach This page will guide you through obtaining the files necessary to boot the Ubuntu installation from a FAT or NTFS partition, thus allowing you to install

But you could run it in a virtual machine much easier. I now have a dual boot system with XP and Win98 and it is working great. Like download and install the driver and it will magically work? Don't just copy them to D:\. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/trying-to-install-windows-98-onto-a-partition-on-my-laptop-578587/

Dual Boot Windows 98 And Xp Step By Step

Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported. I still need to run a few more test, and get drives installed on all my operating systems but they seem to work great. I suggest that you make an image of the OS partition before you encrypt it (use free Macrium or free Paragon and do not forget the 100MB active partition). Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Sorry you are going back to very old stuff.

Click to expand... It shouldn't be too hard to see if they offer their old drivers right? By booting from my XP cd, you are saying to put my cd in the drive and boot up, correct? Then I'd do it like Jon says to do it.

Then went again to FDISK and made the NTFS partition active. How To Install Windows 98 Over Windows Xp And when you do that, disconnect the Win7 disk. Can you help. http://bootstrike.com/WindowsXP/dualboot98.php Swap the drives but leave the old >>one>>disconnected for now.

Then I'd do it like Jon says to do it. Now with that copied over you can boot to dos, cd win98 and run setup.We did that when we could not find the CD driver.-> Remember that after all these posts You do have to install to the same directory from BOTH OSes because stuff needs to be written into the registry. just replace the word "Win2000" to "WinXP" and you should be fine.

How To Install Windows 98 Over Windows Xp

Windows Legacy OS forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on Windows legacy operating systems, (XP, 2000/NT, ME, & Windows 95/98) is the best source for finding help or getting troubleshooting advice from Then at least you can easily roll the system back in case you run into trouble. Dual Boot Windows 98 And Xp Step By Step Installed win98 & XP on 2 partitions-Win98 partition files now showing up on XP Dec 25, 2005 Problems with hard drives and re-installing XP Dec 27, 2004 Installing 2 hard drives Windows 98 Boot Disk If your PC does not boot to a Command Prompt, either the burn failed or the BIOS is not set to boot from the CD.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - It's unsupported. What this means is that you should have TWO drives of type "Local Disk", with one containing Windows XP and the other not containing any OS. Mar 4, 2002 #5 ladyups TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks to both Mictlantecuhtli and Ai Hate for replying so promptly to my message. The easiest would be to install 98 on a seperate physical disk.

Requirements A logical partition with a extended logical drive already created for the Windows 9x drive. Instead, use Alt-F2, Enter to open a console and use cfdisk to set the boot partition back to the partition which hosts the installer, then go back to the installer using The 3 gb "C" has w98se installed and the 6gb "D" hasnothing but some data. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-98/having-trouble-installing-win98-on-fat32-partition-need-help.html On the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery. 3.

I even had 2 copies of XP dual booting Mar 6, 2002 #8 ladyups TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks to all of you for your information and support. I don't want it to over write my 98. The only way to do that effectively without a continuous hassle is to encrypt the entire operating system.

Thanks again.

You should see a prompt "Press any key to boot from CD.." asking to you press a key to enter Setup. You will realise that Windows XP cannot be booted up now. This is actually want you want so it is OK. Make a boot disk with CDROM support from the present win98SE installation.2.

Terhune" wrote:>Only if the partition on the larger drive is a Primary Partition. Windows XP supports multiple booting with MS-DOS, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0, and Windows 2000.Disk volumes and disk formatEach operating system must be installed on a separate volume on your computer. Booted to winnt & copied the file to c:\ and edited the boot.ini accordingly." You may find that putting the Win98 partition at the END of the disk works better, because of http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-98/xp-on-more-than-one-partition.html Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.

Then reboot the computer in DOS mode (Not sure exactly how since I'm running WIndows 7).