Here's where I am...
I once had W2k on my V5 IO. I have the badflash bios and hd mount kit and a model 1402 CD drive also using the badflash cable, I had also disabled the sandisk by cutting whatever the appropriate leads were. The version of W2k was a trial and it expired. I was trying to install a full "non trial" version of 2k but it would not work ( I forget why now). I took out the hdd and formatted it via one of those laptop adapters. I moved over W98 cd files into a Win98 folder so I could startup my IO and run the setup exe. No go. I got a non system disk error. I then tried to use SMARTBOOT to boot from the CD drive to install Win98 that way. I keep getting a disc error in smartboot. So then I said screw it and went to using the full W2k disc and SMARTBOOT to install it. Guess what? It works but when the installation of W2k gets to the point where it says it will shut down and restart it never does. I have manually restarted by hitting the power button but when it comes back on I either got to smartboot again and boot from the CD which starts over or I choose boot from C and get the "missing NTLDR" file message. What the hell am I missing or doing wrong?
Any help would be great. Thanks.
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