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What are the correct switches that should be used to transfer the boot drive to a new HDD in Windows 98.  Also, will  this copy itself or should I use xcopy from a separate boot disK (CD or floppy)?
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xcopy /e/h/k/c/y/r c:\*.* d:\*.*
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Do this from windows and make sure the new drive is partitioned and formatted.
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