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Windows 98 -- Last Good Configuration

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Windows 98 -- does it have some type of function that boots up with last good configuration?  If so, what function key should I press to get it?
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                *Press F8 during bootup
                 *Select Ms-Dos
                *When you are in MS-DOS, make sure that you are in windows directory
                *Type scanreg /restore. Available dates will appear, choose one and reboot.
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             Also here is microsoft article
                 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q221512/
             And here is another article
                http://www.helpwithwindows.com/windows98/start-145.html
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No, Windows 98 does NOT have the function to restore the last good configuration.

Restoring the registry to a previously successful boot may help, but why don't you explain the problems you are facing?

That may help us help you.

Zee
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            Hi kamleshmsitry
                     Did scanreg /restore solve your issue?

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