Get a Win98 boot disk if you don't have one already, and boot up into DOS. At the A> prompt, type in C:[cr] You should then see a C>
Type in dir/p [cr]
This will bring up a directory of what's in the computer. See if there is a folder(directory) called "cabs". If there is, type in cd\cabs[cr]
Type in dir/p[cr]
look for a .exe file called "setup" If it's there, type setup[cr]
That will start the Win98 setup, and that should restore your installation of Windows.
If you don't have a "cabs" directory, you'll need a CD of Win 98 to restore it, although it may be possible to work a fix through DOS, I'm not able to get that detailed without seeing what the computer is displaying.
Hope you get it figured out. Best of luck.
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