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When I boot my win 98SE OS PC i get the following error: himem.sys is missing or corrupt. Restore file and restart computer. How do I do this using a boot disk and DOS commands.
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Boot to a Windows boot floppy.
From the a prompt type - copy himem.sys c:\windows then press enter
Reboot the machine.
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Thanks teckiedog.
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