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]Captain Slug said:Or you can change your boot order so that the CD-ROM boots before your hard drive. Then pop in the Windows98 CD and select CD-ROM from the boot menu when your system starts.
It will ask you if you need CD-ROM support (you probably won't) and it won't have any sound drivers loaded.
The other option would be to make your own bootable DOS CD. I've only done this once and persumably you can add sound and mouse drivers instead of a CD-ROM iso.
I'm curious as to what game you're trying to play though...
james.miller said:yes but i have c: as ntfs
if i add a d:drive that is fat then when i boot from it it would it call itself c:, becuase it cant see the ral c: drive?
would that cause any problems? i dont want to risk it on a full 80gb drive