[ct-user] win2k and dos partition!
J. Edward (Ed) Muns
Thu, 14 Nov 2002 08:46:13 -0800
This is similar to what I've been describing I've done on my computers for
several years now. The difference is that I put DOS 6.22 on the first
partition, not Windows 98. I don't need another version of windows in
addition to Windows 2000 and I prefer having DOS 6.22 rather than DOS 7, or
whatever Windows 98 provides. I also prefer to run pure DOS with CT rather
than a DOS window within Windows 98.
Ed - W0YK
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> Sent: Thursday, January 02, 1997 4:29 AM
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> Subject: [ct-user] win2k and dos partition!
> make same floppy win98 bootable, run the PC form floppy,
> run fdisk for partition managment!
> Make first partition 50% or less of the total disk space, after that make
> make second partition!
> Format the first partition with win98 boot diskette. format c: /s
> Leave second partition intact!
> On the first partition you can install win98, after that install
> win2k from
> the boot CD-rom!
> But when win2k ask you where do you want to install chose second
> Format the second partition with win2k setup... chose NTFS or FAT32...
> After the windows 2k instalation ... you will have a MENU:
> 1. WINDOWS 98
> 2. Windows 2000
> and just chose what do u need!
> This is it... if u need help just ask!
> 73 de Patrick 9a5aei
> P.s. copy CT on win98 partition!... and also copy there himem.sys...
> create there autoexec.bat and config.sys!
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