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clock can be corrected at the bios like when it boots go to the bios and set it there, but my hunch is that though you have tried this,you are getting it changed every often to a default date of manufacture this generally happens when the battery on the motherboard has gone weak resulting in inaccurate time and also sometimes loosing bios settings too best way to correct it is to change the battery on the motherboard
Why do you revove the cd? DONT do that, just let the installation go on until it finish.
When xp restarts you will be asked if you want to start from the cd, if you do press any key, DONT press anything at all, let the system starts from the point of installation that it needs.
BTW, did you set the boot correct? boot ONE the cd/dvd, boot TWO the HDD
well u could try going into ur bios befor it freezes and make it boot from the win98 cd instead of ur HDD or use a boot disk or just take ur cmos battery out and it will reset ur bios so it should work
will before we install a new OS,we have first to know the requirements needed of that software,Like the memory,the speed of PC .now if we have all the requirements needed,thats the only time we can intall the software.