Re: Installing an OS
Here's somthing that i found
"In Windows 98/Me, you have to partition and format your hard drive manually. It isn't that hard really; we'll start with the portioning process, which uses a DOS-based utility called FDISK. WebTechGeek.com
1. From within Windows, click the Start button and select Run. When the Run dialog box appears, enter FDISK into the Open box and click OK.
2. When FDISK starts (in a DOS window), you'll be asked if you want to enable large disk support. Answer Yes.
3. The FDISK menu is now displayed. Select the drive you want to partition, and then choose option 1 (Create DOS Partition or Logical DOS Drive).
4. When asked if you want to use the entire drive for your DOS partition, answer Yes. (If you're asked whether you want to enable FAT32 support, also answer Yes.)
5. After the partition is created, follow the onscreen prompts to exit FDISK and restart your computer.
6. After your new drive has been partitioned, you have to format it for use. To format a new hard drive manually.
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Note: Don't run FDISK on an existing hard disk drive, unless you're really sure you want to return your hard drive to its original from-the-factory condition. Partitioning the drive will delete all data on the drive!
A. From within Windows, open My Computer.
B. Right-click the drive you want to format, and select Format from the pop-up menu.
C. When the Format Local Disk dialog box appears, select the File System you want to use (only select NTFS if you're running Windows XP; for older operating systems, choose FAT32), enter a label for the disk, select the Quick Format option, and then click Start.
D. After your new drive has been partitioned and formatted, it's ready to store whatever data you need stored.
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