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WINDOWS 2000 INSTALLATION ON MULTIBOOT SYSTEM

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My system was configured as a multi-boot system using a commercial  
partition manager such as partition magic. One partition was dedicated to DOS and had a version of Windows 3.1. The other partition was running Windows 98 . My brother tried to update the Windows 98 partition to Windows 2000 by running Windows 2000 setup from within Windows 98. The installation appeared to be working but when Windows 2000 tried to run for the first time a blue screen came up with an Stop Error c000007b {Image}message. I would like to revert back to Windows 98 to recover my data files.

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  I'm not sure if this is your message http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;811349
These are a couple of links on removing a Win2k install.
 http://web.ukonline.co.uk/cook/uninstall.htm
http://www.budja.com/%5Cw2k%5Cuninstall_w2k.html


  Good Luck.
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