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I can't uninstall windows 98 because of missing of uninstall files winundo.dat,winundo.ini. so please give me a solution to uninsatall windows 98.

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  • dugiejob May 11, 2010

    Why uninstall? are you wanting to install another windows product? If so, that install will format your disk and erase everything.. Exactly what is it that you are doing?

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Please follow this link....This will help you..

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/186102

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There are two options a hard one and a easy one and the easy one is format it or the hard one that get a windows 98 cd and repare it[this will take a long time as windows 98 cd's are extint]

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First take backup of your existing drivers through a third party software in diff partition. Data also. then format the partition in which 98 is installed

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