Help me. I need: "PRODUCTS" to install windows 98!
I don't feel like complaining about this, so i'll make it quick.
I have a windows 98SE upgrade CD that won't install on an empty drive. Why not? Because during the setup process it asks me fore some :quote: "PRODUCTS" :/quote: that I need to already be in the hard drive (The products are listed on the windows 98 box i don't happen to have .) It asks me to brows for it. And when i can't find them (Because i don't know what they are), that's just too bad.
Please give me a way to bypass that part of the setup so i don't have to do anything to this hard drive. Thank you.
Originally posted by bonehelm
WTF ROFLMAO !!!! WTF OMFG LOL !!!! PARDON THE ****KING CAPS IM SO ROFL NOW !!!
I just found out I\'ve been using direct X 8.1 since its out.
He who knows when enough is enough will always have enough... - Lao Tzu
When you use the Windows 98 Upgrade version, you must have a copy of the previous version of Windows on CD-ROM or on floppy disks for the compliance-check procedure during Setup. I think you are out of luck