Boot Disk

  Bomberboy1943 12:58 09 Jan 2004

hi Saw your help for 1973scotty and went to the site however there is 2 boots
98se oem
98se custom No ramdrive
Both have the prefix ALT behind them
1 Which one do i choose
2Why wont it let me save to disc

  Taff36 13:05 09 Jan 2004

The ALT refers to an alternative download site so ignore it. When you click on the chosen version (I don`t know which one you need) you will get the option to download to your hard drive. If memory serves me correctly you then double click the file in explorer and the program will then ask you for a floppy to be inserted in your A drive and it copies the files to it for you.

  Bomberboy1943 13:12 09 Jan 2004

how can i tell which one will do for me I only want a boot disk cos i have lost mine
Tanks Kev

  Taff36 14:01 09 Jan 2004

For information about how to create a Windows 98 Startup disk using the Add/Remove Programs tool, click Start, click Help, click the Index tab, type startup, and then double-click the "Startup Disk" topic. (Just copied this from microsofts help topics)

Good Luck!

98 SE oem is the one. Download to the desktop (save). Once on the desktop, double click on it, pop a floppy in, and bob's your uncle.

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