I decided to reformat my old Windows 95, and reinstall the OS. I restarted the PC with the floppy disk titled Windows 95 CD-Rom Boot Disk, and it went into the menu as it was loading. I then presented me with options to install various CD-Rom drives, I went into the command prompt, and typed in FORMAT C: /S, it asked me a couple of things, and it began reformatting. Afterwards, I put the Windows 95 CD-Rom into the drive, and in the A:/ command prompt, I types in D:/ hoping to use the disk to install Windows again. It came up with the message - Invalid Drive Specification. I also try to load up Windows without the floppy disk in there, and just the CD rom, but it presents me with the message - Oak Technology. OTI -011 CD-ROM Device Driver, Rev D011V110.ENG019 Device Name : NeCCD No Drivers Found - aborting installation Device Driver not found : 'NECCD' No Valid CD ROM Device Drivers Selected C:\> So now i'm stuck, as I can't boot up Windows, because it obviously dosn't have Windows installed, and when I try and install it, it can't pick it up. I realise this is an old system, but I decided today to reformat it so I could run some very old games, which simply don't run on XP. Any help would be appreciated.