I've begun forcing myself to learn the basics of Windows 98, since I figured that it was essential to have knowledge of computing before Windows XP and Ubuntu 12.
After successfully creating a boot disk and installing Windows 98 on my Compaq (Presario, SR1503WM) tower, I decide to attempt to install DOOM (1993), since it's one of my favorite shooters. I burn the (uncompressed) contents of my DOOM zip file to a rewritable DVD and slip it into my tower.
dir D:, I receive this output:
Volume in drive is MS-RAMDRIVE Directory of D:\ File not found
After trying and trying again, I slip my disc back into my Windows 10 Laptop, and there I see my doom files. So I assume this is a driver issue?
Below is some extra information, which I'd been told to add. (From the Microsoft page)
[CD], are the following lines:
device=himem.sys /testmem:off device=oakcdrom.sys /D:mscd001 device=btdosm.sys device=flashpt.sys device=btcdrom.sys /D:mscd001 device=aspi2dos.sys aspi8dos.sys device=aspi4dos.sys device=aspi8u2.sys device=aspicd.sys /D:mscd001 files=10 buffers=10 dos=high,umb stacks=9,256 lastdrive=z
Note: All of the above .sys files are located in
And I've added a line (
lh c:\rmcd\mscd.exe /:mscd001) to my