I tried to install Win 98 on my computer last night. It worked fine until I hooked up my second hard drive. I unhooked it and it still has problems. Explorer keeps having an invaild page fault error as soon as it boots up. I was thinking that if I reformatted the drive and went back to Win 95 and then upgraded again, it might fix it. The only thing is, is that I have a boot up disk , but I don't know the steps from there to reformat the disk. It keeps saying that it doesn't have the correct parameters. Thanks so much, and any help or ideas would be great!


This question was answered on August 27, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

This is the steps you need in order to create a boot up disk GO to start\settings\control panel\ add & remove programs\ then you'll see an option to create a startup disk To reinstall Windows 98 go to the command prompt which you can go to start\run\ type in command and then which you get to a black window type in Fdisk with then cd of Windows 98 in your cd rom You'll be able to follow the step from there Carlos Millan Jr.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on August 27, 2003