How do I create a WIN98 SE 3.5 floppy boot disk with Network Support?

How do I create a WIN98 SE 3.5 floppy boot disk with Network Support?
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centervCommented:
Open your help file in win98
type in boot and here's what you get.
Cheers  


boot disk, creating

To create a startup disk

Click here to open the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box at the Startup Disk tab.
Click Create Disk.
Follow the instructions on your screen.

Notes
You can also open the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box at the Startup Disk tab by clicking Start, pointing to Settings, clicking Control Panel, double-clicking Add/Remove Programs, and then clicking the Startup Disk tab.
To make a startup disk, you will need one floppy disk with at least 1.2 MB capacity.
When you insert the startup disk in your computer before restarting, the computer starts from that disk, not from your hard drive.
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centervCommented:
Whoops, ignore that. Missed the network support on the first go around.
Sorry   :<)
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smallbeeCommented:
LOL
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centervCommented:
:>)
That's what happens when the day gets long!
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smallbeeCommented:
same old here

but I should say "I m getting old, not same old anymore" LOL
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jtoopitsinCommented:
I am not sure you can make a boot disk with network support
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sandip1981Commented:
yeah u can not create boot disk with network support that what i think as well......but once u boot with bootable disk u can get network support....
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sramesh2kCommented:
Thank you, eecomputings!
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