WAYS TO MAKE A WINDOWS 98 STARTUP
last updated: 08/02/03
METHOD. This is an adaptation of the old-fashioned way. Do
it once and put a copy on a file server for shop use.
a blank floppy in drive A: and make a bootable floppy.
Start -> Programs - > Windows Explorer - > right
click drive A: -> Select Format -> Click Quick (erase) -> check
Copy System Files - . click Start
to c:\windows\command\ebd and double click the EBD.CAB.
the Ctrl key and click the following files (or any you want) to select them:
click any one of them while all of them are highlighted and extract to A:
select the following files (or whatever files you want) from C:\windows\command\ebd
and copy them to A:
go to C:\windows\command and copy the following files (anything else you
want and will fit on the floppy) to A:
the config.sys file so it looks like this:
menuitem=CD, Start computer with CD-ROM support.
menuitem=NOCD, Start computer without CD-ROM support.
the Autoexec.bat file so it looks like this:
LH a:\MSCDEX.EXE /D:mscd001
Now, that wasn't too hard, was it?
to ADDING A SPECIFIC CD-ROM DRIVER for instructions on adding
the CD-ROM driver.
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