While troubleshooting a Windows 98 problem I decided to install Win98 over top of itself to see if the issue was a corrupt OS. I've done this before with no problem. This time when the computer reboots and goes into check of plugNplay devices it give a fatal error. Now I'd like to "change my mind" and cancel the installation if that's possible. I looked in run once registry area and removed everything that looked like it was setup related but no help.
Does anyone know if there is a way in registry or otherwise to stop a Windows 98 installation once it has begun?
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