Partitioning, Formatting and Reinstalling in Windows 98 - Follow step 17...
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Follow step 17 in order to in install windows 98.
Deleting existing extended partitions and creating new ones
If you are not happy with the way your hard disk is currently partitioned you can also delete the existing partitions and create new ones.
Follow steps 1 to 11
11.1 Instead of exiting, re enter the menu and delete the rest of the partitions (Option 3).
Follow steps 12 to 17
Abstract: Although it might sound routine to some, most people have some degree of difficulty in trying to format, and partition under windows 98. This article acts as a guide to and takes you through the important steps of doing a clean install of windows 98.
Keywords: format, partition, windows 98, reinstall, FDISK, file system, FAT 16, FAT 32, logical partition, extended partition, primary partition, operating system.
By Ashish Jain
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