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I had changed registry assigments of Install drive (usually a CD) to my Hard drive (C:\) where a full copy of w95 resides. Is there a procedure for changing it in w98se?
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Yes, it's in the registry
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup]
"SourcePath"
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I looked at the above comment found source path but on mine for whatever reason reads f:\win98 which is my cd rom.

What I have is two master disks. One with XP and the other with Win 98. works fine.

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>>whatever reason reads f:\win98 which is my cd rom.
It should be if you installed 98 from your cd
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