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Old 1st Nov 2019, 7:39 pm   #2
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Default Re: Toshiba 4000CDT again!

Try looking in the bios to see if there is a built in RAM test there - sometimes happens.

30GB sounds like a big drive for 98SE to get its head around - presumably you have it partitioned into smaller chunks?

If you have another drive try either doing a duplicate install of Win98 on that (to rule out a problem with the Win'98 installation on your first drive) or alternatively a 32-bit version of Linux, such as 32-bit Lubuntu, just to see if something which is not your current Win'98 installation will run reliably on the hardware.

If none of those options work any better than the current Win'98 install then you may be looking at a hardware problem.
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