Until recently it runned ok, but one day it wouldn't. The only message I got in DOS, was:
SDRAM at DIMM# :1
Insert BOOT diskette in A:
After searching the net for a (perhaps) easy solution for the problem - apparently I need some sort of a BOOT DISK. I ended up at WWW.BOOTDISK.COM, trying to download bootdisk files for win98, and saving them on a blank floppy disk. And apparently this didn't work:
searching for boot record from floppy..OK
Non-system disk or disk error
I understood today that I've been trying to enter a diskette with the files packed, so I tried unpacking them and saving them on a new floppy to enter in the old machine, but there isn't enough space on a single floppy for the bootdisk.img file.
Is there a fairly easy way to get me in to windows again? I'm not to skilled in this field. But Iv'e stored a lot of stuff on the harddisk, so I'm kinda desperate..