Need to transfer system to hard drive from floppy

This morning when I started Windows 95 (actually win98) I got a dos message "Invalid system disk".

I put in my startup "floppy" in my "A" drive and it started dos, and, thankfully I was able to switch over to Drive "C".  And I see my directories are there.  I tried just typing WIN but that didn't start windows.

Now I want to retransfer just the system from my floppy to my hard drive.

How do I do that?

Thanks,

Rowby
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Rowby GorenAsked:
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swwelshCommented:
From the startup floppy run sys c:
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Jason_SCommented:
If the above gives you an error, you can run this from the hard drive.  Locate Sys.com on the drive (C:\Windows\command, or other) and run "sys a: c:".  If that still does not help, Check to see that your CMOS recignizes the drive properly.  If not, correct it, and do the above again.
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TedSennCommented:
I would try Jason_S method. Otherwise you may get the dreaded incompatible version mismatch failure.
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Rowby GorenAuthor Commented:
Worked!

Thanks.  I'm back in biz!

Thanks ALL!

Rowby
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