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Win XP... trying to install Win 98SE dual boot


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Partition magic instructs me to boot from the (empty) partition, and to insert the "bootable windows 98SE cd"

Unfortunately, the CD isn't bootable. I tried to boot with a program called "freedos", and it booted all right, but when I ran the setup program for 98SE, it said "windows requires at least 16 MB of memory". Duh!

The website doesn't give any instructions on what to do with a non-bootable CD, and there doesn't seem to be any email address I can contact. So, can anyone help?
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