|Ok. I'm about to lose it! I have a computer downstairs running Windows98 FE and I want to make it have a network connection with my Windows XP computer. So I made that Network Setup thing that Windows XP supports onto a floppy disk and I started following instructions until it asked for the Windows 98 CD, so I put the CD in and that is where the problem is, it says it can't detect the file or what it needs as it seems to think that my secondary hard drive should be where the CD is or where it used to be set as, and typing it in manually doesn't help either, and the real big problem is I can't access the install program for the network for some reason and I am really angry and I just want it to work, I don't even know where the install file is, plus if I use the floppy disk again it wont restart install file on boot-up, what the hell do I do?|
P.S. I know it is not the floppy disk because I have used it before on a computer running Windows 98SE.
CPU=Pentium IV 2.4GHz