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Enable Seven Selectios(previous Ms-dos)on Boot time

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Hi,
I installed dos os on my computer at first.
after it i Installed win98 Se on it(that use of dos primary partiontion).
when i booted i saw seven option For logining to My computeras below:
1:Noraml
2:command prompt
3:Safe mode
.
.
.
.
7:previous Ms-dos

that i can go to real ms-dos(16  bit) with 7th selection.

But i dont know why i dont Stop on these Seven options At first login time and
i went directly to my win98 SE.
How can i enable those seven options in my computer?

Ps:
I dont remove dos Folder from my computer(i saw that folder when i booted from my win 98 Se)

best Regards
Gomrok
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blue_zee earned 200 total points
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Try this:

Start > Run > type MSCONFIG and press enter

Under the General tab, click the Advanced button.

Tick (select) "Enable Startup menu".

Click OK, Apply and OK.

Reboot.

That should do it.

Zee
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by:gomrok
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thanks
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by:blue_zee
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You're welcome.
:)
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by:gomrok
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Please wait a minute,
I did your steps in my own computer and work it correctly.
but i dont see any changes on my office computer with your proposed changes.
does this subject related to a virus or .... ?
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by:blue_zee
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Not that I know of, but...

Maybe you should check again the setting, maybe you didn't click the Apply button and OK?

Zee
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