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  1. #21
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    Is your W2K CD bootable? If so, I want to try something..

    Boot the CD. Let it boot completely up and see if it gives you a repair option. If so, select that.

    It SHOULD give you an option to repair an existing windows installation. Select that installation and when you get to the prompt type: FIXMBR

    Type exit and reboot.
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    his win 2k cd isnt bootable is what he said if i was him i would install 98 after the 98 was installed and he was loged in i would insert the 2k cd and do an upgrade from 98 to 2k then when u r done with the upgrade/clean install make boot disks
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    wsk isnt bootble
    got the xp disk, put it in , rebooted , then it said something like
    setup is configuring your harddrive, then it goes black, nothing happens

    normal?

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    Just wondering - why are you uninstalling suse if you liked it?

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