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How do I system restore my packard bell 925 Win 98 (no boot CD)

Old computer is acting up and would like to 'dump' it.

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  • dogdoc4u Feb 20, 2009

    Sorry. I should have stated I do not have the boot CD (I think it got turned into a coaster)-->can I make one?

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As long as you still have your old win98 cd's just reinstall it.

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