Win 98

  highside 16:37 08 Mar 2011

Is there any way of creating a boot cd for a faulty Win 98 PC using a Win 7 computer?

  rawprawn 17:06 08 Mar 2011
  rawprawn 17:11 08 Mar 2011

Or click here
I have never tried either for windows 98, but they should be OK.

  mgmcc 17:49 08 Mar 2011

I have a Windows 98SE "Boot Floppy" CD that I originally created from the boot floppy disk.

If you want a copy, send me an email (by clicking the yellow envelope) and I can send you an .ISO file from which to burn a copy of the CD.

  woodchip 18:21 08 Mar 2011

Hear click here Then use Nero to create the boot disc or why not use a Memory stick if you can get the Motherboard BIOS to boot from USB

  robin_x 20:24 08 Mar 2011

Should USB boot be required on a very old laptop that does not support it, PLoP Boot Manager will allow it. (also allows HDD, CD/DVD, floppy boot from a geeky Star Trek type screen)

click here

Note: it messes with MBR, read uninstall and MBR backup instructions carefully in case of change of mind.

I find it an essential add-on for my 'spare' 12 yr old laptop

  Strawballs 22:39 08 Mar 2011

Do you have the Win98 disc because it should boot from that I have done that before

  highside 15:26 09 Mar 2011

Many thanks to all for all that helpful info.

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