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We are having driver problems in Windows (98).  Windows and Dos are not communicating and from Safe Mode, it looks as if the IRQ's are not initialized.  I can't re-install windows (even through dos setup)  I can maneuver in dos and in safe mode, but how do I get my windows back up?
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Have you tried using a Boot disc can you get windows to come up from there if so good chance you boot-up files are bad
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That is the one thing I hadn't thought of - Thank you!
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