Okay, I have a major problem with my copy of 2k. When I got my laptop, it came preinstalled with Win2k Pro on it, but I recently installed SuSE Personal over it. When I realized that I wouldn't be able to pen-test wireless networks with my Broadcom-based wireless card on Linux, I wiped SuSE (that was yesterday) and began the win2k installation procedure so that I could dual-boot the two OSes. Here's the problem: Dell, in all their glory, apparently shipped the UPGRADE disc with the laptop, not the full-blown installer. Now the installer is asking me to verify that I own a previous copy of Windows (NT, 98, 95) by inserting the disc along the way. I really don't want to buy another version of Windows, since all I really need to do is run the wireless card on Windows and that's it. Does anyone know of a way to bypass the verification procedure? I know for a fact that I bought 98 at some point, but I don't have the disc anymore.