And then backup all boot files again after a successfully new installation. Sign in to report inappropriate content. Please note that some Win9xs seem more aware than others of the existence of another OS. The Rescue Boot Disk page also shows how to add extra lines to A:\Boot.ini so your XP/2K/NT will still boot even if there is confusion (Windows, or user!) about the boot http://wowtechminute.com/windows-98/how-to-install-windows-98-from-cd-step-by-step.html
So Win 98 resides in the D:\Windows directory.I plan to put Win XP on the primary master C:\ Winnt (new Seagate hard drive also, the 1st boot drive in bios). including a comprehensive FAQ, installing XP from DOS and how to dual boot with formatting. This method can not cure a boot sector virus or one outside Win9x files. 4. The computer will boot straight into Win9x. 2.4 Step 3 must now be completed. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/how-to-create-a-dual-boot-win-98-and-xp-20907/
I even had 2 copies of XP dual bootingClick to expand... If not, copy these boot files from the recently created Rescue Boot Disk to C:\ Boot.ini, Ntldr, Ntdetect.com, Bootsect.dos, (maybe Ntbootdd.sys, Arcldr.exe, and Arcsetup.exe). (if necessary, use fixboot from the Repair about the partition, when installing XP, you'll come to a screen that lets you choose the partition to install. Now you have two options: • Skip to Step 3 if the computer boots straight into Win9x - that's likely. • Continue with Step 2 if Win9x will not boot -
Mar 4, 2002 #5 ladyups TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks to both Mictlantecuhtli and Ai Hate for replying so promptly to my message. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Yes. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and TechSpot is a registered trademark.
Already have an account? However there are a few points to consider: 1. And, yes, I have already set my Bios to boot from CD. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/installing-xp-and-win98-on-2-hard-drives.318/ Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.
When the only tool you own is a hammer, every problem begins to resemble a nail. IN THAT ORDER .30) LOAD LG DVD/RW SOFTWARE INTO D:\XP SOFTWARE\VIDEO\LG DVD-RW.NOTE : This must be loaded before the ATI DVD software.31) LOAD THE "XP ATI DAO-MDAC---" FROM ITS LOCATION IN posted 25 Jan 2008 - Reply - Permanent Link Wm S. Backup important data, settings, passwords, e-mails, etc. 2.
I want to be able to put these 2 drives into one machine and when they boot up let them decide what drive they want to boot off (preferably their own
Nano 7,403 views 2:31 Install Windows 98 (and play old win games) with VirtualBox - Squakenet.com tutorial - Duration: 42:38. Dual Boot Windows 98 And Xp Step By Step This includes some Windows XP features such as file system security, encrypting file system (EFS) settings, disk quotas, and Remote Storage. Windows 98 Boot Disk They are set to cable select (per Dell instructions).
Run a full Thorough/Surface Scandisk on C: before a Win9x reinstall. [top of page] (a) OVERLAY REINSTALL Reinstall Windows 9x over the existing Windows 9x. http://wowtechminute.com/windows-98/windows-98-ethernet-drivers.html Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? maury1985 5,258 views 1:37 Computer Technology : How to Start Your Windows Computer in DOS - Duration: 2:11. Uninstalling a Win 9x Upgrade in a Dual-Boot: Save all XP/2K/NT boot files FIRST!
Hank Drayton 47,871 views 7:54 Instalacion de Windows 98 con Windows XP - Duration: 2:31. Post your queries in the Windows XP Discussion Forum. I want to put XP on the new second drive and be able to dual boot between it and Win98. http://wowtechminute.com/windows-98/how-to-format-windows-98-step-by-step.html Step 1: Reinstall Win9x 1.1 Boot to XP/2K/NT and create the Rescue Boot Disk (add the Useful Boot Options). 1.2 Make sure your Win9x boot disk gives CD access, or copy
The article you listed is the one I used to try to install a dual boot system initially.I first installed Win 98 on a "seperate volumn and drive" (d:\Windows), Fat formatted. Are you saying that the Win 98 installation should be the "primary" installation?? The XP/2K Recovery Console executes a repair even on an unbootable installation.
What happened was that the menu was still there. Skip navigation Sign inSearch Loading... With only win98 and XP you really don't need any third party boot manager; XP should do just fine.Your problem is the placement of win98. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now
If it's not the correct FAT/32 file system, then that's the problem and restoring Bootsect.dos will not help. 2. Sorry, I'm really new at this but really want to learn. If necessary, copy these boot files from Rescue Boot Disk back to root of C:\ Boot.ini, Ntldr, Ntdetect.com, Bootsect.dos, (maybe Ntbootdd.sys, Arcldr.exe, and Arcsetup.exe). weblink I have been scouring the boards trying to find out how.
you could partition and format the new hdd from there (there'd be a drive letter assigned to the new hdd - probably D: ). OldSchoolTechCorner 7,877 views 14:07 DOS in a Windows 7 Computer - Duration: 7:54. You may also... This document outlines the steps of how to install (dual boot) Windows 9x in another partition together with Windows XP when Windows XP is already installed in your computer.
Join the community here, it only takes a minute. NOTE: This mayresult in Windows XP running the "FOUND NEW HARDWARE" Wizard upon systemrestart. Best is: backup XP/2K/NT files from C:\, DELTREE C:\, restore the XP/2K/NT files. 5. The uninstall may also deletes C:\Bootsect.dos.
If it can't be touch or don't want to reinstall then you need to hook up the harddrive the old way (as primary master)..then reinstall XP (xp can be install in Skip navigation Sign inSearch Loading... UPDATE 2- I have tried reinstalling Windows 98 Second Edition from the DOS Prompt with Windows XP Service Pack 1 installed. It takes up half the space this way.
After doing some reading on XP, it says if it finds a previous version it will not give me the option to do a clean install. One thing I might suggest is to pick 1 partition/hard drive to install the programs to that you are going to use in both OSes.