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Silly hss here. I just bought a new complete model. Disk mapped and formatted the trip. Windows 98 cannot be installed because either 1: “Cannot find installation files” or “Two cannot: start in DOS mode”.
Usually, when I try a new path, I get “Installation files were never found”. I copied the configuration to a small hard drive, but when I start the site, I get “can’t work in DOS mode”.
I also tried going into BIOS one by one, but it didn’t help. Although I may have missed one.
It turned into something very simple as I canI can find everything on the net that allows me to do this. If anyone came across this problem or have any ideas, can definitely help me.
are you trying to install a specific update version as full version ???
If you have the full version, you need to buy it and your CD-ROM is in the trunk sequence, if the CD-ROM is not part of the boot sequence, boot from a Win98 working boot diskette and select Boot from CD. and in drive A, the CD to your CD, which is usually drive D, unless you come across more than one hard drive or more than one hard drive partition.
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I have an absolutely complete version. My CDROM is in this boot order and I think it is. I start with the weak.
If I type “configuration” while my floppy installation is on the CD, I get “electronic configuration files not found,” although I can easily view the contents of the installation DVD. I even copied it to my hard drive to remove the CD-ROM from the image.
When I try to install from my hard drive
I get the message “Unable to operate in Dos mode”. So just screwed in both directions.
Thanks for your help anyway. It annoys me a lot because I have a new computer downstairs and I can’t play Quake.
Boot from the excellent Win98 boot disk
Select Start my computer with CD-ROM support. This will bring up the A: prompt. Then: At the a: prompt, enter d: It should look like this:
a: d: Enter)
If (when you press you get an invalid command or an invalid list of files, try the next letter.
If that doesn’t work, you need to fdisk the disk (and possibly your computer’s hard disk).
The good news is I finally got it installed. Bad progress is that I’m stupid. I knew this was a simple situation. Win98 came with disks # 2. I tried to install your first drive, which doesn’t match you with all the bright colors and says “Windows starts here” or I don’t know what it is, so someone might tell me that everything will end well because, with cons , i did not install it. Windows started working for me after I inserted the disc correctly. Funny, I just assumed that the installation CD is usually the first CD outside of the package, you know, the last one. Very sorry. Thanks for your regular suggestions.
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