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system: 1. drive win 98 (boot) 2. drive win2000.
would like to use win2000 in other computer as 1. drive (boot)

i guess sys d: wont work in thi scase ?
So how can i make win2000 boot ?

Thanks
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use the win2k disk and install but using the "repair" option.
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If you've got windows 2000 installed on say D: and another OS is C: you may have the boot partition different that the system partition.  Copy over the files from root to D: - they should be ntldr, $ldr$, boot.ini, et cetera.  You'll probably see them on root too if they went there during the install.
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