Archive for the 'Boot Disks' Category

Windows 2000 boot disk

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

To create your Windows 2000 boot disk, you will need 4 high-density 1.44MB floppy disks. The Windows 2000 boot disk is spread over the four disks. Label them Disk 1 to Disk 4.
If you have the CD on hand:
Insert it into a CD-ROM drive.

Click start, then click run.

In the box type e:\bootdisk\makeboot a: where e […]

Windows 98 boot disk

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

The Windows 98 boot disk will allow you to boot your computer up into DOS mode so that you can install Windows 98. The Windows 98 boot disk includes files that will let you format and partition your hard drive.
Note: The Windows 98 boot disk has an older version of fdisk so drives bigger than […]

Windows XP Boot Disk

Friday, October 14th, 2005

You will need 6 blank floppy disks for creating the Windows XP boot disk. Make sure they are all blank first or that you don’t mind losing the data on them. Windows XP doesn’t really need the boot disks unless your computer does not allow booting from CD-ROM.
Download the appropriate file from the list below.
Windows […]