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From the A prompt how do you use a start-up disk for Win 98 you created?

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2005-10-07 22:38:04
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Here's all dos commands http://www.easydos.com/dosindex.html ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- a start-up disk should consist of... CD-ROM drivers (software programs that enable a computer to work with a particular device) that allow your CD-ROM drive to function if your computer is having problems communicating with it. Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) drivers, which work with your hard drive and some peripherals. System and diagnostic programs, such as ScanDisk, that check your hard disk for errors and help diagnose problems. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fdisk - hard drive partitioning program, be careful you can distroy ALL your data if you delete a partition. dir - displays all files in current dictory if you don't know what a program dose then you can usually be able to type the file name with /? after it.... Hope this helps!

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