I'm new to the list, and I just saw a similar question before.
 So I guess, I'll just add the following:
I don't care if windows 98 replaces freedos while installing.
Actually, I installed freedos, so that I can install windows98.

Alex Nu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: 
 Hi,

I have freedos running.
 I have a directory with the installation files for windows 98.
 When I run the windows 98 setup program, it complains that
 windows 98 requires at least 16MB of memory.

 This is the output of the mem command:

Memory Type        Total       Used       Free
----------------  --------   --------   --------
Conventional          639K        61K       578K
Upper                  16K        15K         1K
Reserved               369K       369K         0K
Extended (XMS)    261,048K    26,085K   234,963K
----------------  --------   --------   --------
Total memory      262,072K    26,530K   235,542K

Total under 1 MB      655K        76K       579K

Total Expanded (EMS)                   32M (33,554,432 bytes)
Free Expanded (EMS)                    32M (33,521,664 bytes)

Largest executable program size       574K (587,600 bytes)
Largest free upper memory  block         1K (    672 bytes)
FreeDOS is resident in the high memory area.


Thanks

 Alex

         

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