I have Win98. Every time I add/remove a windows component, I m required to insert my Win98 CDROM. My CD reader works half the time. I want to put my cab files on my Cdrive permanently, so I don't have to mess with my CD reader any more. Please tell me all the steps I need to take, beyond copying the cab files to the HDD, so that Win98 will know where to look when it needs the Win98 CD.
Madhi is basically correct but lets see if it came be made a little easier (assume your CD installation came from D:\WIN98\ and your cab files are on C:\CABFILES) Run 'regedit' (start/run/regedit/OK)
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