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loading windows xp with a windows 98 boot disk

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I have a computer that is a K6 550mhz i have formatted the hard drive and i put the 98 start up disk in and the windows xp disc in the hard drive.

the boot disc runs and i choose to set up with cd support

it says my virtual ramdrive is M

it takes me to the A: prompt

what do i type in to get the installation of xp to begin?

Please help

Thank you
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It would be much easier to set the cd-rom as first boot device in BIOS settings then just start the machine with the XP installation cd in the cd-rom drive. When prompted to "Press any key to boot from cd", press a key. There is a good guide for a fresh install of XP available HERE.

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