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Windows 98 Last boot time

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1. How to find out when the Window 98 system was last booted ?

2. Is there a way to findout if the bios dates/times are changed before present boot?

3. Where are the event logs in windows98 stored ?
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1) If Task Scheduler is enabled, look in there, one of the menus has an option for "View Log" or similiar.. This opens in Notepad, there you go. This only gives you a rough estimate so if you booted and ran DOS for four hours, this won't show up in Schedule Log.

2) BIOS dates and times usually go back to the first of January in the year that the board was made if not a couple of years before it. This often occurs if the battery is flat or running out of power to keep the computer remembering the date and time.

3) There aren't any, this feature is part of Win2k/XP only.
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