Windows 98 start up disk

How can  make a start up disk, if I don't have the Windows 98 CD?
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Patricia Siu-Lai HoCommented:
B112874, Startup disk of Win98 can be created in the Win98 system.

Go to the Start-settings-control panel, Add/Remove Programs, Startup Disk Tab.
Click the [Create Disk] button. Follow the wizard with a new blank floppy put into your Floppy drive.

You made it after finished the wizard.

If you have queries, please let me know.    Pslh
B112874Author Commented:
OK, whenever I do that it says please insert The Windows 98 Second Edition Cd and press OK to continue. I don't have the CD.
Patricia Siu-Lai HoCommented:
B112874, Another way:-
Go to the C:\windows\Command\EBD\

Copy all the files under the folder EBD to your floppy.

Before copying, format your floppy to be a system disk by going to My computer, select the floppy and File-format.

After formatting and copying. Restart the computer with this startup disk to see if it works or not.

Let me know.      Pslh

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no need to go to the ebd directory... in the C:\windows\Command directory, type BOOTDISK A:

this will do all the fork for you.... like formatting, copying the system files, and loading all the drivers in the disk....
B112874Author Commented:
I appreciate all your help
Patricia Siu-Lai HoCommented:
B112874, Nice to hear it solved. Pslh
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