Problems installing Windows NT [Solved]

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You can use a newer Windows Disk (like 95, 98 or ME) to allocate and format the partition and then start the installation. Note that you need three blank disks so you need WinImage:

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http://www.winimage.com/download.htm
or Virtual Floppy Disk Drive

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http://chitchat.at.infoseek.co.jp/vmware/vfd.html#download
ALL ABOVE TESTED ON VMWARE

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I have already explained how to intall this 2 posts back.

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????? You don't say anything about newer Windows Discs.
Anyway, he can try all solutions and find the correct

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I said use MS-DOS to be on the safe side.

But you can use an newer bootdisk (i would choose 98se)

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I use a MS-DOS 5 Boot Disc to create and format a FAT16 partition.
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If you follow the above steps after you prepared the disk then it should work.

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