Aight, here is my scenerio. My old computer is 200MHz with 32 EDO ram, and 4 gigs. (Old POS). Anyway, it currently has windows 98 second edition on it, and I need to get my router to work on that computer (works fine on this comp). So, what I want to do is upgrade from 98 to windows 2000 pro. I popped in the windows 2000, just like normal, went through setup and now when I start comp there are 2 options: Windows 2000 Setup Windows 98 Of course, I go to win2k setup, but then I get an error that a file is corrupt. Big deal, went and re-installed it again. Same thing. So that is ruled out, I cannot do anything in setup so I am forced to go into 98. When I restart comp in MS-DOS mode, it zipps right past the c:\ part, so I cannot type anything at all. So, I gotta restart comp and go back to win 98. Right here is where im stuck because the setup doesnt work like I said, and I cannot work in MS-DOS. Keep in mind, that something else is corrupt in win98 - the command prompt within 98 wont do anything. I cannot do anything, a dialog comes up saying that an error happened and is forced to exit the program. What do I need to do to get win2k pro on this piece? Edited - watch your language.