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I would like to reformat my HD and do a fresh install of Win98.  How do I accomplish this when I have the Upgrade CD and a clean hard disk ????
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you can't do this with just the win98 upgrade CD.  You will either need a win95 CD or Win98 CD (full versions).  Now you start the installation with
the win98 upgrade cd.  During the installation it will ask you where the previous version of windows is.....   Now insert either the win98 or 95 cd and click ok .   Once that is done it will ask you for the upgrade cd again and you're on your way to win98 SE.

Hope this helps
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