On Fri, 20 Aug 1999, Bernard Tyers wrote:
>> On Fri, 20 Aug 1999, Dave Neary wrote:
> > Originally, I was looking for a way to get a boot disk off the CD (there
> > isn't one), and finally I managed to get a boot disk with a CD driver that
> > worked. When I try to install, though, Win95 tells me it can't install
> > because there isn't a valid VFAT partition available. I know windows
> > probably wants to install itself on hda1, but I don't want this to happen.
> why don't you want to do that?
Windows 9x needs to install itself on the first hard disk. You cannot
install if on hdb. Sorry. No can do. You can install it on a tiny (8 mb
min I think) partition, and run everything from D:, but C: must be
on the first hard disk.
Liam Bedford System Administrator
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