Hi there. Just formatted my C: on an old 486 and started a fresh install of Windows 3.1, went fine until the restart part. After i restarted the computer, it will not boot to C even though the BIOS recognizes it. I have messed with the boot order and several other bios settings but it will not access the C drive. Any time i start the computer up it says invalid boot disk, whether or not theres a disk in A:, or even if i unplug the drive altogether. The only DOS boot disk i have is for version 3.1, any time i type in C: it says “invalid drive specification”…i know C is there, why wont it recognize it? Specs are 80mhz 486, 1gb hard drive…thanks, hope somebody can help me with this! Driving me crazy…just wanna use windows!