Register now while it's still free! They never give you a choice to select a drive for install. After this, you may proceed to install Windows 98/Me. HD support to create a primary DOS partition; C:\ at 2Gb+ (FAT16). check over here
For instance, you might use win98/Me instead. This is great news as I can now convert my 98 installation to FAT32 to gain some more disk space and still retain my dual boot. Keep in mind that it's probobly best to install NT on a different drive instead of the same drive that 98 is on.Mark 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Win98 & WinNT jasonhiner // November 30, 2016 7:02am PST 2 Internet Explorer 10 64 bit standalone download [email protected] // January 26, 2017 6:57am PST 29 Windows 8 won't run application annem21 // 2
Next > | Home | Guides | How to | Reviews | FAQs | Forums | Forum Archives | Links | News | | Newsletter | Online Store | Potpourri | Click Yes (we will not actually upgrade Win 9X). 8. This actually creates 2 partitions doesn't it? Just my opinion - but it's better than you cant read between the partitions!;)Later RE: Help for Dual Booting between win98 and NT4.0 Guest (visitor) 9 Jul 01 00:58 what i
I tried to use fdisk to partition the drive, but i don't understand anything about dos. Do I have to install it twice or it will be shared between NT and 98 ( I doubt second option will work.)Please guide. However, how, after install of NT can NT be run and use Dick administrator if it can't be booted - as booting the system will go straight to W98 ? at 18Gb (FAT32).
Then dividedremaining space of approx 15 GB in to two FAT 32 logocal drives viz. Reader to Reader submissions are the reader's opinion and do not necessarily represent the views of Windows NT Magazine.\] I'm becoming increasingly frustrated by the articles published in networking and PC Log In or Register to post comments Fr ode Roervik (not verified) on Nov 19, 2003 It solved my booting problem on my sons machine having Win XP and Win 98. Great article.
I have both Win98 and NT Server in the same partition. https://kb.iu.edu/d/ahcq I think I'll look at it again perhaps next time I format. RE: Help for Dual Booting between win98 and NT4.0 cyberdyne (Programmer) (OP) 23 May 01 11:26 Dear Hugh,You have put me in "Thinking Again " status. Network mannycarzo // November 7, 2016 11:38am PST 12 How to recover deleted files?
You have to load the Win98 OS first. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-2-drives-ok-but-get-ntldr-when-i-change-boot-bios-settings.html Open the boot.ini file (remove the read-only attribute), and add the following line to the \[operating systems\] section: c:\bootsect.f32="Windows 98" Reboot and you should now have dual-boot capability. Yes... but dont worry, that will boot into Windows NT.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? That would be a lot of work for the sake of convenience. But be aware that you will still need a separate volume per system. this content NT won't recognize FAT32.
Already have an account? Something to think about for another day though. Windows Me was already installed on my 30 GByte drive.
When you set one partition, it will also ask you if you want to use the maximum space, which is going tobe 2.1 gig. I want to have a dual booting between win98 and WinNT 4.0 SP-6a.I have tried as below.1) I created primary partition of 2047mb 16 bit withwin98 fdisk. During installation, choose to partition some of the unpartitioned space as NTFS and install the WinNT system to this NTFS partition. Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free.
Nov 27, 2003 #8 Spike TS Evangelist Topic Starter Posts: 2,168 sorry! dBforumsoffers community insight on everything from ASP to Oracle, and get the latest news from Data Center Knowledge. Advertisement Related ArticlesJSI Tip 4122. have a peek at these guys You can of course fiddle with these sizes according to the size of you disc.
Login now. Will Johansson I'm penta(something)*-booting: NT 4.0, Win2k, Linux, and BeOS. I think MS-DOS is quite capable of reading a FAT32 disk of over 2GB, simply because Win98 could do it (I'm not talking about in win32 mode, I'm talking about from Then use the recovery console command bootcfg to configure the boot manager to include the older version of Windows on the other partition.
don't nead the DOS partition, thought i had to have it to dual boot. After that would ntfsdos.exe work for you in the Dos O/S ? no probs.Only thing which i need now is a way may be a tool or utility with which i can access my NTFS partition through win98 and vice-a-versa. Install MS-DOS first, to multiple boot Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 95 or Windows 98, with MS-DOS.
Once running, used Disk Admin. Resources Join | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2017 ENGINEERING.com, Inc. NT can run on FAT16, but the advanced features of NT are designed for NTFS. You receive critical and non-critical errors after you install Windows 2000 for dual boot?
Nov 27, 2003 #7 Spike TS Evangelist Topic Starter Posts: 2,168 Thanks for that. Write for Reader to Reader online, and you can tell others about your NT discoveries, comments, problems, solutions, and experiences. May be through some 3rd party software.