On 2002-03-24 12:58, videobruce wrote:
I have done this before in 98SE and it worked, but it was alot of work cleaning things up. I wanted to try it here with 2k instead of re-loading everything again (which I just did on the main computer)!
Sorry I don't have anything useful for you (excerpt perhaps that you could get partition managing software like Partition Magic and make a small, say 1.5 GB partition, install W2k on that, and then play around with the other OS from in there), but you've piqued my interest.
I've got a W98SE setup I switched the motherboard and processor on, and now it's taken to rebooting every once in a while for no reason I can tell. It seems associated with running MSIE 5.5, but since that has been stable before, and I haven't logged every event, it may just be that the last couple of times were that way (and perhaps one other - it's only happened about half a dozen times or so in the last month), so I don't know for certain yet. But what's this about deleting the enum key? What were the consequences of doing that? I'm moving that box to eventually be a server, with a different OS, but I would like to make W98 stable so that it can remain an option if circumstances ever warrant.
Thanks for any info. you can offer.