I would like to re-install
Win98 SE (for PC's w/o Windows.)
I have 2 HDD. One is a 60GB that is partitioned. One of the partitions is my C:drive. The other drive is a 10GB HDD (drive letter D) that I use as a backup drive. I routinely use Norton Ghost to create an image of C to D.
I was thinking about using one of my extra partitions to do the new install and then Ghost it to C. Alternately, I could do the install on the 10GB drive and then Ghost it to C. I'd like some guidance in this matter. Also....
How do I direct the install to the correct drive letter?
Danny, there are multiple options for you, but I will resume to only two off them which are more common.
1- To install Win98 on a different partition then the active partition (respective your "C" drive).
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