The Windows 98 dos is beyond this.
Prior to Windows 95, you had to purchase DOS and your Windows.
Windows 98SE - Athlon XP 1700 - 128 RAM
I just installed a new ASUS A7N8X MB. I setup my old MB with a new HDD in another case as a server and deleted the Windows OS on this hard drive so I could set it up as a slave in the server long enough to get some files off of it. Now I want to reinstall the system on this drive to get back to work as usual. My original Windows in 3.1 on diskette, so I have to start the install from there (which I have done many times in the past) then install the Windows 98 upgrade and then the Windows 98SE upgrade. Everything seemed to go as usual until I rebooted after loading the ATI video card drivers and it restarted to finish the driver install. When it tried to reload Windows I got this message "You started your computer with a version of MS-DOS incompatible with this version of Windows. Insert a startup diskette matching this version of Windows and then restart." I can put in my Windows 98SE Startup Disk and boot to Windows in the Safe Mode, but it will not start in normal mode. I've never had this happen on a reinstall. What went wrong? What do I do now?