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Partitioning, Formatting and Reinstalling in Windows 98
By: Jase Dow
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    13. Now you need to create a new DOS partition.
    14. Type in FDISK again and go through the various steps to create a new DOS primary partition (Option 1)). Assign it all the space available (100%).
    15. Exit FDISK and reboot system.
    16. Now you need to format your drive, so type in FORMAT Driveletter: (where Driveletter is the letter of your hard disk, C: by default)
    17. After the format switch over to your CD ROM, by typing in the drive letter for the CD ROM drive (D: by default) and type in setup.exe to begin the installation of windows 98.

    Creating extended and logical DOS partitions

    Follow steps 1 to 14

    Now in order to create other extended and logical DOS partitions make sure that you have not assigned all the space to the primary partition. Decide beforehand how much space you want to allocate to the primary partition.

    14.1.Instead of exiting FDISK, re enter the FDISK options menu and select the option to create Extended DOS partition (Option 1)) and assign it the rest of the space that is still unallocated and follow the various prompts on screen to create the extended partition.
    14.2 Again re enter the FDISK menu. This time select the option to create logical DOS partitions and assign space to it.
    14.3 Follow the above step in order to create more logical drives.

    Follow step 15 and 16
    16.1 Format all your other drives by using the format command i.e. FORMAT Driveletter:

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