Featured Product Latest Podcast Subscribe to Podcast Featured Freeware Download Free TFTP Server. The most trusted on the planet by IT Pros Recommended Follow Us You are reading Networking between WindowsXP and Windows95/98/ME Share No Comment TECHGENIX TechGenix reaches millions of IT Professionals Thanks for the quick reply! I heard Vista uses a different booting mechanism so it will probably not work. Source
I did find someone who was able to get the information off and put on a disk. the adapter looks promising. Likewise, Windows 95 and Windows 98 cannot recognize an NTFS partition and will identify it as unknown. will be the best. . .
You could probably get by with just one by swapping it between the two computers.Obama's a 2012'er. A number of years ago he transferred it to a portable hard drive but unfortunately it crashed. I do like the idea of installing a recordable disc drive.
Almost no new machines supported over 256MB of RAM in that timeframe, and Windows 95 errored-out with more than 512MB installed (without some tweaking)."But I'm back to the original how do You need to create a bootable floppy (or CD-ROM) that contains the following files FDISK.EXE (For partitioning) FORMAT.COM (For formatting the drives after partitioning) SMARTDRV.EXE (For speeding up XP installation and They are mostly made for printers. Windows 98 Connect To Network Share I'm going to check online.
The disk media is not recognized. How To Transfer Files From Windows 98 To Windows 7 Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. Mar 2011, 12:28 As you may know, Win98 did not have generic support for USB mass storage devices (thumb drives, external mechanical drives, digital cameras etc). Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
Is this a new drive or has it been installed previously? How To Transfer Files From Windows 98 To Windows 10 will be the best. . . Clipboard Host<=>Guest(contributed by stefan.becker)Clipboard integrated in VirtualBox only works with the Guest Additions, so not for Windows9x. Last edited by mpack on 28.
Decide on the space Windows 9x and Windows XP needs. Trash the games and step up to the 3d age games, or a more wiser choice: install a compatible OS such as Windows 98! Transfer Files From Windows 98 To Xp Create a Logical DOS Drive in the Extended partition you created in the previous step. Windows 95 File Sharing So try a different floppy drive if you can.
If this drive has been used before, just set jumpers and plug it in. this contact form Report • #20 DAVEINCAPS March 23, 2011 at 23:34:55 Another option not yet mentioned is external zip drives--a parallel port for the 95 machine and a USB for the new PC. It's supposed to be easy on your XP machine: USB-stick or CD/DVD-burner. I'm going to look into that, perhaps scavenge something. Windows 98 Network Share
I have not yet tried either myself, I just thought it would be good to preserve the links here.[Edit] I have now tried the latter Win98SE driver, and it seemed to Otherwise, as you mentioned, it may be best to have a tech do it for you..."Channeling the spirit of jboy..." Report • #7 ctxgal March 22, 2011 at 10:00:35 Exactly my Recommended for Windows hosts.(Tested with VBox 2.1.2.-- and was successful with "bridged" network. http://wowtechminute.com/windows-98/windows-98-ethernet-drivers.html Shared FoldersSince VirtualBox shared folders won't work, there are other ways, such as SMB/Windows File Sharing.
etaf replied Feb 22, 2017 at 3:03 PM VPN for privacy- worth it or not? Transfer Files From Windows 98 To External Hard Drive Specifically I had to, before installing the new drivers, first make sure USB and USB 2.0 was enabled in the VM settings, then boot the guest, go into Win98SE device manager Follow the normal installation routine.
Report • #19 ctxgal March 23, 2011 at 08:33:05 i think i got it--i've got two options now and will see which is easier and cheapest to implement. BACKUP important files to another hard disk (or a zip disk, CD-R, etc.). Happy installing! Network Windows 98 And Windows 7 Be very sure that you have backed up all important data.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Take for example, my favourite classic games: Magic: The Gathering, Duke Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior, Terminal Velocity, Sango Fighter, Ultima Underworlds, Raptor: Call of the Shadows, and it keeps going.. Skip to Step 4b if that happens . Check This Out For b and d: take care you got Win95-drivers and burning software.Hope this helps.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - C.
The old machine has a floppy drive and cd drive to install software. Backup the important program files (popular programs, if you have ways for other popular programs contact me) Kazaa downloaded and pending downloads (go to Shared Folder of Kazaa, copy the folder All rights reserved. Zip drives are just another option. (All that assumes the 95 PC still works)Obama's a 2012'er.
Do not go to Step 4b. 4b) Installing Windows XP (In DOS) Restart the system with the floppy/CD in the drive and enabled CD-ROM support. Perform the installation with the following in mind When asked to choose the partition to install to, select the C drive. It works very slow this way.Having 32-bit True Color driver makes Win98 VMs run on VirtualBox *much* faster.If you want True color or high resolution, you need to download special drivers.3.1. Win95B & C did only very marginally.
I've read that there are still 16-bit DLL's being loaded in Windows XP, not sure about this. C and D. I had no success with NAT.)WARNING: I admit that with VirtualBox the network is very unstable, presumably due to very slow performance of Win 9x guests under VBox.For Unix hosts, WinSCP Ask !
I was hoping for some "magic" cables but realize there aren't many places on my dinosaur. 1GB RAM was big back then right--1996, 1997?? But that's a rather big if.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Thanks! Therefore, if you format a Windows 98 partition as FAT, and a Windows XP partition as NTFS, any files on the NTFS partition will not be available or visible if you try to But this could be a special case.
by Coryphaeus / August 29, 2005 9:50 PM PDT In reply to: Re: moving files from 95 to XP As a slave you can see the entire disk in Explorer and How can I boot new HD to download Win7 using key? "Disk read error", cannot boot Win7 partition My 500GB Seagate hard drive has an OS( win7) installed in it , Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/100844 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
You can type SMARTDRV again and it should show you the status.) Assuming you're installing from the CD-ROM, enter the following commands highlighted in BLUE, after each line, hit Enter. Do so. Thanks for all the info.