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i have pc i install linux red hat
and aftar that changed pc to windows 98
and the pc is not responsible for this operating system?
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Question by:hosam2001
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by:Debber
ID: 2814171
I'm not shure what u mean. Do you have a problem to install Win98? Do you want to get rid of Redhat? Or do you want to make your system dual-boot? In the first case you have to use a partition manager in order to remove the Linux partition(s). In case you want to make your system dual-boot, it's best to start with Win98 and afterwards install Linux.
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by:modulus
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Hosam2001,
What happens? Exactly what is the problem?

modulus
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by:tonnybrandt
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A shot in the dark:
I think you mean that it won't boot.

Try this:
Boot on a floppy.
Type
fdisk /mbr
(enter)
Take the floppy out and reboot.

This will clear the master boot record for any trace of the linux boot loader, which i suspect is preventing you from booting.

Hope this helps
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milchew earned 100 total points
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You have erase the booter. You can try to boot from flopy.
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by:tonnybrandt
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milchew:
It is common to only post comments and let the person who ask the question choose the comment, that helped him the most to be the answer.
If you look at my comment, you will observe that you are not saying anything, that i haven't said, so why propose this as an answer ?.
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by:modulus
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tonnybrandt,
I agree with you and sympathise.  Hopefully "hosam2001" will look through the reponses and realize that yours is the more complete, informative and useful.

Best wishes,
modulus
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by:tonnybrandt
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modulus:
My hopes too if booting is the problem. It's hard to tell.
Cheers
Tonny
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