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john god

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Running Windows 98se, IE#6
I had to reinstall Win 98 a few months ago.
Ever since I've been having different problems.
This is the latest...I tried to install Microsoft Works 2000.

When I boot up I get:
The feature you are trying to use is on a cd-rom or other
removeable disk that is not avaiable.
Insert the Microsoft Home Publishing 2000 disk and click ok.
I did this 3 or 4 times, and even tried in add/remove.
I get the same message.

When I click on Microsoft Works on the desktop, I get this:
Works cannot access one or more required files.
The files may have been renamed, deleted or moved.
Try reinstalling Works, and than starting the program again.
Did this a few times with no luck.
Any Help Please,
Thanks John
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Microsoft has recently reinstated their updates. Have you tried updating the machine?
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Tried. It didn't work.
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