I have a TOSHIBA SAtelite laptop from the century past, (yes that's right). It allows me to get into the COMMAND PROMPT (sometimes), but many times it stalls after it requested that I insert the WINDOW 98 (* startup disk number 2. I do not have such a disk. I do have several legitimate copies of win 98 on cd, but need assistance in either extracting the proper sequence of files from those cds onto a floppy disk that would solve the problem, or to find a diagnostic and repair tool that can fit onto a floppy disk and automatically sense and restore the machine. The files are not that import that were on the computer, so it is not important to try a factory reset. that is to say, I would sanction the proper command prompt to restore the device to its original; factory state. I do believe that it is so possible to do that.i had many programs on floppy disk that diagnostically corrected problems in the past, but of course things are getting scrambled and I am i n search of expert help on this matter.i am sometimes able to get into the MSD and need to change some of the BIOS settings that would allow the computer to boot up into the A. DRIVE AS WELL AS OTHER RESTORATIVE EDITS. I AM SURE that i am not the only Legacy aficionado out here.Somehow the computer has installed conflicting editions of windows 95 and windows 98. It also reports that the windows dos 3.22 is no the correct DOs. I have tried to manually install it but it will not happen. Also tried to xcopy the present copy and then to overwrite it, but that didn't work.