Basically, I was sitting in class today and I was working on a friend of mine's computer. She wanted the whole system to look uber awesome, so I tried to find the little "Starting Windows 98" file that starts up when Windows boots. I thought I found the backup, (IO.sys) and I renamed it to IO.BMP. Well, I figured out that it was NOT the file that I was looking for, and tried to rename the BMP to SYS, but I couldn't. I restarted, praying that it would not crash, and now all I get is an error that says "Non System Disk, replace and press any key to continue." or something like that when MSDOS re-boots. Could someone please help me out?
Info for the computer:
That's really all I know, I can get more info tomorrow, but if anyone knows how I can fix this error, please tell me ASAP. I'm going to get into a lot of trouble if I don't fix this and the Administrators find out I've been snooping around in the hidden files. I may even get expelled.
Edited by Kahami Wolfbane, 16 May 2006 - 04:36 PM.