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I try to boot my computer from a windows 98 disc, but it won't lo

I try to boot my computer from a windows 98 disc but this thing keeps popping up.
DISC BOOT FAILURE INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER

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Hi matthewbugbe,

I think what that means is it does not recognize your hard drive. If you are trying to install Windows 98 you should format your drive first.

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