Sure thing...there are a couple ways to do it depending on how severe your "crash" is.
If you can boot into Windows...Click Start
and type scanreg /restore
(Note the space before the /) and click "Ok"...you will be presented with 5 "snapshots" of your system you can restore to...use the arrow keys to select one and press "Enter"
If you can not start Windows...Use your startup disk (You should have been prompted to create one when you installed Win98) and reboot...when you get the options screen, press F5
for the command prompt. You will get an A:\
prompt. at the "A" prompt, type C:
and press "Enter". At the "C:\" prompt, type windows\scanreg /restore
(Note the space before the /) and press "Enter" then follow the same procedure outlined above with the snapshots.
Note..on some later versions of Win98 and in ME you may have to add "command" to the sting making the full command: C:\windows\command\scanreg /restore
All this from a lowly senior member.........
Edited by wannabe1, 13 September 2005 - 07:49 AM.