Microsoft Windows Boot Disk 98 SE

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  • This boot disk is from Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition retail package, thanks.

  • thank you for this

  • What if you were to use Linux to make a FAT32 partition bootable, copy the bootdisk to that partition, then reboot, thereby installing it from the hard disk? I think it is possible, just I probably need to mind the disk configuration (data tree or file tree; create the right folders; set the attributes right; other housekeeping)

  • The base install needs to be installed from a boot disk, the upgrade can work under a version of DOS and/or Windows.

  • P.S Thanks so much.

  • for any confused soul, "You can also use it with 95 RTM if you don't use FAT32" means when running fdisk, say N to enable large support
  • No Ramdrive version of Win98SE Boot Disk.
  • edited November 5
    This is a Retail Setup Disk for installing Windows 98 Second Edition, not a disk to boot or utilize standalone MS-DOS.
    The official version recognized by MS is Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, and it is not the version that users call their minds like MS-DOS 7.1.

    It is recommended to use MS-DOS version 6.22 or lower to utilize MS-DOS standalone.
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