Wow, what a great link, but,I've got to admit, after reading other posts about "Do you know how to perform a 'new install?' I'm a little stymied about how to do it. I've got a 1200 with 95 installed. I've ordered a "full" 95 disk. If my 1200 should God forbid experience the Blue Screen Of Death and I have to re-- ? Start from ? Whatever, Where do I begin? Will an emergency boot disk help? Is that what it's for? I got into computers about 4 1/2 yrs ago and upon start-up I've always been prompted to "create an Emergency Start Up Disk". Well, I've done that, but, have no idea how that could help me. Is the start-up disk advantegous so that my System or Bios or whatever will recognize my A or D drive or what? From that will I be able to perform the Install?
I have to admit, I have the Win 9X full programs (or will have with the arrival of my newly purchased 95 full program w/ cert.)or upgrades..., but, if I needed to start again, I would be at a loss.
I hear stories of Bios, unrecognized peripherals, dividing the C drive into sectors, F-Disk, and on and on...
Is there a simple guide to getting my 1200 up and running again if I have the legitamate tools and how to do it?
Let me hear from all levels of those that have gone through this. How should I prpare beforehand? Let me hear your "Pearls of Wisdom". I think we all have something to learn, even if it's just a re-hash from the most simple step.