Home > Dual Boot > Dual Boot With 2000 And 98SE

Dual Boot With 2000 And 98SE

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:Re:How to create a Dual Boot Win 98 and XP? This means you can copy your programming files to the hard drive, make a bootable DOS 7.xx floppy disc, insert that, and boot from it. KheldinApr 4, 2001, 8:49 AM Marqui, you said in your post that it is possible to install win2k then win98 ... Boot from a windows 9x boot disk, get to the command prompt and use the fdisk utility. Source

THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Process of Dual booting Windows 98 with Windows 95: It is recommended that at least two partitions be created, one partition for Windows 95 and the other for Windows 98. Each OS should use it's own Program Files dir as usual in the root of the coresponding OS. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 29, 2004 9:15 PM PDT In reply to: Re:Re:How to create a Dual Boot Win 98 and XP?

i was thinking of this order: Primary 25 gigs - windows xp or 2000 (havent decided yet) Logical - 35 gigs total Extended1 - Windows 98SE - 20 gigs Extended2 - I also recall there was a way to configure a Win98 installation to boot up in DOS, then you could type WIN to start Windows. I booted up with the boot disks, and when I got to the screen to pick what partition (drive) to put install Win2k on, the one Win2k was on had it

Below is the steps we would recommend be done. However, how, after install of NT can NT be run and use Dick administrator if it can't be booted - as booting the system will go straight to W98 ? Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement Anonymous on Nov 27, 1999 I've got another one. i know how to do windows xp/2000...

I've done it a bit differently. Browsed Microsoft till I was blue in the face. Looking to get things done in web development? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/941-46-dual-booting-98se-2000 master or slave?

There are lots of smarter folks then me out there. DOS and Win98 FDISK won't let me make more than one primary partition. I didn't check it's stability much, because I managed to lockup win2k shortly thereafter when I was messing around with services/security. Are you a data center professional?

Se podrá valorar cuando se haya alquilado el vídeo. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=993197 I have played with dual boot for some time now and have recommended to many in the microsoft.public.windowsnt newsgroup that they use FAT16 on the Primary Win9x partition. i guess vB doesnt allow that long of a word group richardc05-07-02, 02:25 AMMy preference is for Win 98 on C:\ and the other on D:\ I think that your second The installation created the directory "Winnt".Both hard drives were connected and powered during installation.

First I do a clean 98 install and then do a NT Server install. http://webtrekkie.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-os-xp-pro-98se-problems.php The one Win98 (30 gig) is on right now shows an unknown on it (Win2k has to write onto that drive (30 gig) before it can install on my 20 gig). Thanks, John Log In or Register to post comments Nicolai Rathmann (not verified) on Jul 14, 2001 Great Article, even for 2000! Leave that alone.

This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Dual boot Windows 95 with Windows 98 Dual boot Windows 95/98 with Windows NT/2000 Dual booting Windows 95 with Windows ME Dual booting Windows 98 with Windows ME Dual boot Windows Step-by-Step Instructions. 1. have a peek here The large one would be for shared program files.

have too many problems with access and file sharing amongst different users at my comptuer at school im pretty much decided on how im going to do it.. 3 - 26.6 They are both on FAT32. c is win98 d is win2000 e is winxp f is "files" say i install quake 3 to f:\games\quake 3 arena on windows 98 can i then boot to windows 2000,

Windows 98 DOS *is* MS-DOS.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Perform a standard, clean, Whenhozed98 installation, and get it running as you like. I had one system with two drives and wanted 8 partitions, the first four on drive 0 and the second four on drive 1. I'll go over it again in simple steps.1.

I have 2 HDD's, one has Win98SE, and the other has Win2k. In other words if your working with say an office doc on 98 and boot into 2k and office is not installed then it would not know what to do with Install MS-DOS first, to multiple boot Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 95 or Windows 98, with MS-DOS. Check This Out I don’t know why it does, I went into fdisk to show my partitions and it shows my Win98 as FAT32.

Have Win98 setup first in FAT32. Resized the partition, and loaded Win98se. Now if you want you can do a low level format on your drives to make sure both drives are completely clean. 4. However, you do have some options.