I can't boot Windows 2000 due to a kmode exception error (see earlier thread) so I wondered about the possibility of doing a fresh install but in a seperate directory.
The computer has a C drive (FAT32) and a D drive (NTFS) and I wondered if it would be possible to do a clean install of Win 2000 on the D drive and then at least I could get into windows. Would this compromise any of the software applications on the computer at all? Or would everything still function ok?
Is it better to install it on D drive or in a temporary folder on C drive?
My main priority is not losing any of the information off the computer.
Thanks for any help you can give me on this.