Windows 98 Himem Sys
Figured I should toss this bit of info into the mix here, it may help someone figure out what's going on. 0 DMR 152 12 Years Ago It's been 4 or Bubbainc replied Dec 8, 2016 at 9:10 PM Lenovo - Flex 4 1470 alicez replied Dec 8, 2016 at 9:06 PM Loading... Invalid Keyword" ------- so the problem is still there, i got rid of the rem on line 6 and it gave me this: "There is an error in your CONFIG.SYS file Started again with F8 and with the option C:> in safe mode then now i got the C:> prompt. his comment is here
If CTH has helped you, please consider liking and sharing us on Facebook Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... All rights reserved. I can't find it anywhere on my computer. Press Alt+F to open the File menu.
Himem.sys Missing Windows 98
What do I do now?> |> | "PCR" wrote:> |> | > | When I typed in c:\>DIR C:\winboot.ini /a> | >> | > You would just type...> | >> | The second is found in C:\DOS and is dated 3/10/93, 14208 bytes. (Win 98 might be 5/11/98, 33192 bytes with the DOS ver. 5/31/94, 29136 bytes.) Many things can result in Um, I'm not sure what you're trying to say there, but you can't copy himem.sys to config.sys. Anyway's, to make a long story short I can't get at the memory modules because there's a system board in front of it, and I took as many screws out as
My response wasn't an indictment of your offering and I wasn't scolding you, second-guessing you, or questioning your voracity and I hope you're not scolding me. Just tossing out a few thoughts. If there is bad memory in the area Himem.sys is set to use, instead of a message reporting that, it appears sometimes H.s itself is reported missing. I propose that Windows is trying to boot into Safe mode.
What to do? press any key when ready... Please help getthis| > man off my| > | > > computer and back on his own.| > | > >| > | > >| > | >| > | >| The 486 DX66 is slow enough that I just don't reboot between each and every change, unless I am doing 'rigorous' research.
What is the system doing on restart that it is doing differently on full reboot? Then i extracted the ebd.cab file to the c:\ and copied the other files over too. Looks like the registry has the file missing! We keep getting tothe| > same point| > | > > Himem is missing.
We keep getting to the same point> > > Himem is missing. Please help get this> man off my> | > > computer and back on his own.> | > >> | > >> | >> | >> > > AnonymousMay 19, 2005, Himem.sys Missing Windows 98 I've tried copying from a: to c: and it's ano| > go, tried| > | > > copying and many other things and nothing. Emm386.exe Download That didn't help but i fixed whatever it found had errors.
I rebooted and got the same error. this content However, EDIT is only looking in the folder youspecify or in the current folder if you specify none. Please try again now or at a later time. Windows has stopped. Hymen
Join our site today to ask your question. I'm going out on a limb here, but if Edit works, but you end up with an empty file when you type edit c:\config.sys, then I'd have to guess you simply Any other suggestions?? http://itcqis.com/windows-98/windows-installer-windows-95.php The following memory tester boot diskette was created by altering DocMem 1.45a components. 1.
That's not the exact message, but it's similar to that. Windows 95, 98, ME, XP, NT4, 2000, Errors, Applications, Search products , Search FAQs.Shop Companies, Products, Startup Disk | Windows98 | General Information - The Startup Disk is a disk Same for autoexec.bat, Windows 9x really doesn't need those, unless you are set up to use MS-Dos as well.
Generally Sony's laptop model numbers are like PCG-XG38 or PCG-FX170.
Same for autoexec.bat, Windows 9x really doesn't need those, unless you are set up to use MS-Dos as well. I've searched this forum as well as> > > > > google search, and have tried many things. I've searched this forum aswell| > > as| > > | google search, and have tried many things. On the ram issue, I sincerely doubt they have 50 mb if this computer is Vintage 1995 and never had a memory upgrade.
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