Changing the Location of Win98 Installation FilesBy: Arie Slob
If you've added a new drive to your system, chances are that your CD-ROM drive got a new drive letter. Now every time you need to update some Windows files, you have to tell the Windows 98 Installer where to find the Win98 CD-ROM. Here is how to change the location where Windows looks for it's files:
- Start the Registry Editor
- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \CurrentVersion \ Setup
- In the right-hand pane find the SourcePath key
- Double-click this key and change the location for your Windows 98 files
- Close the registry editor
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