Reboot during upgrade from Win98 to Win2K

Paul

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While upgrading from Win98 to Win2K, the PC automatically
reboots before the completion of the installation. This
happens all the times despite re-installing the new OS.
Can you advise the next step I should take from here?
 
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Paul

This is built in to the install routine, first files are copied to your
hard disk, then a reboot to initialize the GUI part of setup. Normally, the
install should boot to a new boot menu item and continue from there without
any interaction from the user, except possibly to remove any diskette or
bootable CD that might stop a normal boot from hard disk.

If this doesn't happen, you would need to troubleshoot what stops the
computer to boot into the GUI part of installation.

Best regards

Bjorn
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Bjorn Landemoo - mvp2@landemoo.com - http://landemoo.com/
Microsoft MVP - Windows Server Networking

"Paul" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

>While upgrading from Win98 to Win2K, the PC automatically
>reboots before the completion of the installation. This
>happens all the times despite re-installing the new OS.
>Can you advise the next step I should take from here?
 

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