Hello, I recently came into contact with a Windows Vista laptop, and after realizing I have no use for Vista, I installed Windows 98 onto it. After a flawless install, I am greeted by an "insufficient memory" error on startup. I have read up on this issue, and it is said that you could solve this by editing the system.ini file from the command prompt. As I am unable to start up into Windows 98, I boot from the command prompt only, and type "edit system.ini". After doing this, I am greeted by a blank blue box where text should appear, but does not. It is a blank box, I can type into it, but no text is shown. Using the find command yields no results for the text I am suppose to edit to fix this. I have also typed "edit win.ini", which is also blank. I have also reinstalled 98, but this does nothing different. I have read many articles, and all assume you actually HAVE TEXT in the window to edit. I am at a loss here, been wasting about 2 hours trying to fix this damned issue that seemingly nobody else has. Any help as soon as possible would be most helpful. Thanks.