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john god

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Can anyone tell me where I can get a (windows98se ) 3.5 floppy boot disk.Mine was ruined when it was written over.Also can you let me know what files are on it?
Thank-You
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Neil Jones

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http://www.bootdisk.com has various flavours.
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I am not using Win98 now but I rememer ther was an folder called EBD somewhere in the windows folder which containes all the files needed for system disk. just copy the files from that folder to a floppy and you have a system disk
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Hi John...

Files on Win98SE OEM Startup disk:
  • ASPI2DOS.SYS
  • ASPI4DOS.SYS
  • ASPI8DOS.SYS
  • ASPI8U2.SYS
  • ASPICD.SYS
  • BTCDROM.SYS
  • BTDOSM.SYS
  • DRVSPACE.BIN
  • EBD.CAB
  • EXTRACT.EXE
  • FDISK.EXE
  • FINDRAMD.EXE
  • FLASHPT.SYS
  • HIMEM.SYS
  • OAKCDROM.SYS
  • RAMDRIVE.SYS
  • SETRAMD.BAT
  • README.TXT
For the best overall results, the Win98SE OEM is a good disk....

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