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I'd boot from a Windows 98 startup disk. Then run scandisk to see if it detects errors on the C: drive. If there are a significant number of errors, the you have the right course . . replace the drive.

If scandisk runs and repairs the errors and you still can't boot, then re-install Windows. There is probably a copy in the C:\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS directory. Boot from the startup disk, then type:

C:<ENTER>
CD\WINDOWS\OPTIONS\CABS
SETUP<ENTER>

Need a Windows 98 startup disk, you can download one from HTTP://WWW.BOOTDISK.COM


Good luck
 
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