moving a win98 partition to a VM?
I want to stop dual-booting for the (very few) times I want to get into
windows, but I don't want to wipe my win98 just yet. ;)
Is there an emulator which will let me use an image of my current
installation of win98 instead of having to 're-install' it? It all is
going to be on the same box so the hardware will remain the same.
I've had a look at VMware, Qemu and virtualbox, but can't seem to get a
definitive answer. Has anyone tried this?
- Re: I want to migrate to Linux
... especially with Win98 which will run in a small amount. ... So Linux will supply drivers so WIN98 ... You will then do an install just as you would if ... The Windows desktop is displayed in a VMWare console ...
- Re: Linux? Maybe next time
... USB was rather 'bolted on' to Win98 while WinNT/2K ... Installed the drivers and everything went just fine ... And, with Linux, I can fiddle with drivers ... Yes, Windows is easier for many non-technical people; ...
- Re: Alternatives
... that one can recommend to a non-techy person, ... WU deactivated, with Windows Media Player deleted, ... empty TEMP files because there are about a half ... as fast as Win98 and handles a load much better. ...
- Re: Help with grub setup for dual-boot system
... >> removing grub. ... Win98 is no longer supported by M$ at all, so you might want to think ... re-install Windows over itself. ...
- Re: Humax 9200t crashing / locking up
... Win98 was a and had ... 2000 and XP which are based on Windows NT) which is rock solid. ... 'reset' button on the device's remote control. ...