I am trying to install Win 98SE, over itself. Fails because " a virus check is currently running". I have turned off Norton "autoprotect" and Bios protection, but still get the same message. Any ideas? DGB
You can't do it whilst windows is running!Why do you want to do this? Is there another problem we can fix?
I have been plagued with bootup faults.70% chance it either freezes, or Explorer "must be shut down"I have been changing "selective startup items, but cannot find the problem and thought a reinstall of Windows Explorer might help.DGB
>You can't do it whilst windows is running!<Used to be able to!Have windows on my "D" drive.Boot disc > navigate to "D" > install.DGB
Can you explain exactly how you are trying to do this?
Boot disc, gives "A" > Change to "D" > change directory to Win98 >install.exeDGB
So you used a Boot Floppy disk?Is D the CD drive?
Is D the CD drive?No. But I have copied Win98 to "D" for this purpose and installed this way before. (Possibly before I had to change my mother board. Hard drive was unchanged.)DGB
Change the BIOS to start with CD as first boot device, then start with CD in computer. HD as Second Boot. The AV you use will not be running in DOS
when windows starts from a boot disc it creates a ram drive this will shift your "d" drive to "e"so you must change to the diretory where the files are on e drive and type setup.exe
Can we assume you do not have a 98SE CD? I am confused, if you are trying to load Windows from a hard drive, it will be the same as the one you have now.
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