|I had a machine dual booting Windows 98se and NT 4.0, which worked nicely. As 98 was a bit slow, i went back to 95. I formatted the C drive and installed 95 where 98 used to be. Obviously this formatting got rid of the bootloader, so while 95 worked perfectly, NT wouldn't load. |
After some messing around with the Repair option using the NT setup disks, I got the boot menu back. I edited the boot.ini file so that it would state "Windows 95" rather than "Windows 98" but otherwise left it the same. Now I can get NT to load up easily, but every time I try to select 95, the screen goes blank with just a flashing cursor in the top-left corner. As far as I know 95 should behave the same as 98, but it simply doesn't.
Any idea what is going wrong, or how this could be fixed?