First post, by chublord
My primary hard drive finally failed (a 540 MB Quantum LPS), which normally wouldn't matter because I had Windows 98 and Windows 2000 both installed on a secondary drive (a 4GB Quantum Fireball EX).
Now I have the 4GB Quantum as my only drive, but the computer will not boot. I suppose the old, failed drive had some bootable files that are required for Windows to start.
Is there any way to make my new drive bootable and salvage my existing Windows installations?
I don't really mind reinstalling Windows, but I did have a fair number of applications installed.
IBM Valuepoint 486 DX4-100, Opti 802G, 50 MHz FSB, Voodoo1+S3 864, Quantum Fireball EX 4.0 GB, Seagate Medalist 1.6 GB, 128 MB FPM, 256k L2