Start up Disk in Win 95 / 98:
Making a startup disk in Win95 / 98 is highly recommended if you don't
In the event of a major problem, you may need to boot from this disk to
start your PC.
Get a clean floppy disk and put it in your A: drive.
Go to: Start/settings/control panel/add remove programs and select the
tab on the top right
called "Startup Disk".
Select "Create Disk" and fallow the prompts, if you're prompted
to insert your Win95/98 CD.
Wait while the disk is created, and when done, make sure you've label
it, Windows Startup Disk.
To create an MS-DOS startup disk The MS-DOS startup disk you create will
allow you to boot into MS-DOS. Insert a floppy disk into your computer's
Open My Computer, and then click the floppy disk drive to select it.
On the File menu, point to the name of the floppy drive, and then click
Under Format options, at the bottom, check the box that says "Create
an MS-DOS startup disk."
Important: Creating an MS-DOS startup disk erases all information
on the floppy disk.
To open My Computer, double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.
The MS-DOS startup disk only allows the system to boot into an MS-DOS
The disk contains no additional tools.
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