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  4. Rather than "taking it out," which I assume means unscrewing it and removing it entirely..... try unplugging the power cable to the CD-ROM. Then put the computer case back on and turn your computer back on. See if Windows loads correctly then. That way you can easily plug it back in.... takes like 5 seconds. Then you'll be able to determine if the CD-Rom is in fact the problem.
  5. Merry Christmas To All You!!!! ^ Hehe. Reminds me that the latest IrfanView (4.32) just came out, yay! There's aren't many Windows ME programs where I wait for the next release. Maybe like 4.... so it's a nice Christmas present for my poor computer!
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  7. I wrote the article so I wouldn't have to write any more How To's for formating a computer. I'll just refer back to this in the future. "Tech Help" isn't really my speciality. Whereas, let's all just beat a horse to death and then bring it back to life. I see your point though. Well, if you delete this topic I understand. Doesnt' really help people much... it's your forum.
  8. You'll just have to check more frequently for the next bad sector to appear, and hope that it doesn't end up being a system file that gets lost or ruined. If you're computer still works, then it still works. If it doesn't, then it doesn't. I wouldn't worry about it unless you computer stops working correctly. I'm lucky, I've been using the same Quantum Fireball (40 gb) for eleven years and it has zero bad sectors.
  9. How to Format Windows 98/ME for Newbies by ScrewUpgrading a.k.a. How to NOT Fix Your Computer But Workaround The Whatever Issue You Have By Starting From Scratch* I've noticed a lot of people come here who have an old computer that is beyond their repair. Whether it's virus infected, they installed the wrong patch and nothing works correctly now, the file registry is messed up, or else Windows crashes loading up every time. The simplest method of 100% fixing your computer is by Formatting it. This method of computer repair might seem scary to people who have never done it before, but actuall
  10. And it still works like crap? I'd reformat that thing. Go to my computer. Right click on the A:\ drive, and select "create system disk." Or whatever it's called in Windows 98. (For Windows ME you go to the control panel's Add/Remove thingy, not my computer. Basically, just right click on crap until you find something for making the system disk) So, make a boot disk using the above method. Then turn the computer off. Then place the floppy disk into the drive while the computer is OFF. Turn the computer back on. When the computer loads to the DOS prompt it should say "A:\" Then type: "Format C
  11. I just finished reading Foxbat's link to the other thread. Have you considered re-installing Windows?
  12. In DOS terminology: Boot Disk or Emergency Boot Disk = floppy diskette. Yes, a floppy disk that's capable of booting your system. Not the Windows 98 CD. You could use the Windows 98 CD to overwrite everything though.
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