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Does Ramdisk For Windows98 Exist ?

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Does a Ramdisk for Windows98 exist? If so does anyone
know where I can get one? Free or Not.
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Yep you already have it. It's called ramdrive.sys and it's in your \windows directory. It works with the same options as it did in DOS, in fact your Win98 startup makes a ram drive and decompresses command line tools to it.
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