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Original Problem Posted by: Paul on 01/14/2002
I have a Duron 900, Asus motherboard and 20Gig Seagate drive. When I install Win98se, I cannot run scandisk in windows. It says I do no not have enough memory ( I have 512M SDRAM). I formatted and installed win95 and scandisk runs fine. Also WinME scandisk runs fine. Why can't I get win98se to run scandisk. I have disabled everything in msconfig, except systray and explorer, I have no antivirus software, and scandisk doesn't run in safe mode either. I read that there is a limit of 52,000 files that scandisk can handle, but I have only 4367 on my drive. Help please

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