Tnx for the reply!
Being able to boot from win98SE cd must mean that it's possible to boot in
dos - I believe win98 cd uses ms-dos (or pc dos?).
(And I do know how to work with a bios ;) )
Repairing it with the floppy may or may not be possible, but I'm more
interested in determing what really cased this problem.
I weekly build about 20 pc's with this kind of configuration, and this is
the first time I encountered this problem.
The pc used to work fine, came back from one of our clients, and I generally
format & reinstall the pc so there wouldn't be any "junk" left on it.
And now it doesn't work any more...
So I was kinda curious what caused this, my guess it is or a wrongly
declared partition (not a primary active one or so, have to chek this in
fdisk), or system boot files missing.
This is also why I wonder what the win98se cd does, as it makes my disk