am trying to fix a pc for someone.
they are "suddenly" getting the message in the title!
When booting, the hd is recognized as ST315323A.
can boot using win98 startup disk.
can do dir on C: drive.
i was told it had win98, but bios says win98/win200.
booted using win98 startup disk.
did a:> sys c:
now it boots to a c: prompt?
Look for a hidden readonly file called msdos.sys in the root directory. You will need to turn off the hidden and readonly attributes of this straight ASCII file with a DOS command:
attrib -h -r c:\msdos.sys
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