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Re: [vox-tech] How slim can Win98 go?



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hrm, oh, idea!

IDE => laptop drive adaptor + old HD

Anyone know how much the adaptors cost? Better yet, anyone got one I can 
borrow?

My laptop HD is only a 6 gigger, so I'm a bit cramped to waste 400 MB on a 
bios configuration utility.

On Thursday, February 28 2002 07:33 pm, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> I've installed a pretty comfortably bare Windows95 that took up about
> 350MB.  Looking at my current Windows98 partition (another comfortably
> bare installation), it looks like just the Windows part is taking up about
> 500MB; but this partition's been around for several months so I'm sure
> there's lots of junk in c:\windows and the registry.
>
> -Mark
>
> On Thu, 28 Feb 2002, Ryan wrote:
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> > I was poking around the net looking for a way to set my laptop's
> > contrast, and I found
> > http://www.informatik.uni-kiel.de/~fst/linux_armada_e500.html . It says
> > that power saving hotkey works in linux, so I could set my cpu to 250 and
> > run for nearly 3 hours.
> >
> > However --- these options need to be set in windows, the bios doesn't
> > have the options in it's menu. :(
> >
> > Anyway, does anyone know what the bare minimum install for windows 98 is?
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