Start the computer with the Bootable Floppy Disk in the A
It should already be on “Start Computer With CD-ROM Support”
(if not, arrow up or down to it)
(if you do not press Enter fast enough it will choose this entry anyway so
there is no problem)
Press Enter ( if it has not already done so)
At the A:\ prompt Type the drive letter of your CD-ROM (should be
Press the Enter Key
Type Ghost Then Press the Enter Key
When the Ghost Screen appears
From the Main Ghost Screen
Press the right arrow button for
Then Arrow down twice to "FROM IMAGE"
Next PRESS AND HOLD the "Shift" key (left or right makes no
While holding the "Shift" key down press the "TAB" key
The cursor should be in the box right below “File name to load image from” (if not try it again or keep
pressing the "TAB" key until it cycles back to the box below "File
name to load image from")
Press the "Down Arrow" button to display the drive letters available
Press the "Down Arrow" to the CD-ROM drive letter
A list of files should be on the screen arrow down to the CBGHOST.GHO files
At the "Select Local Destination Drive" arrow down to the "#1 Drive"
At the "Destination Drive Details" screen "TAB" to the OK box
At the "PROCEED with DISK LOAD" screen TAB to the Yes box
Follow the instructions on the screen
When Ghosting is though remove the floppy from the A Drive and re-start the
The computer will start loading drivers for the devices in the computer,
this is normal.
It will ask for you to place the “Windows 98 Second Edition Install CD”
in the CD-ROM. The drivers are already in the machine. You can arrow up or
down to; or type in; C:\Win98
anytime the machine asks for the CD-ROM to be placed in the machine.
When you are finished this will fix the display problem.
This will also fix any machine that will not allow you to change the
resolution to 800 by 600 pixels on the "Display Properties" "Settings" Tab.
To check this, place the cursor on any area of the screen that has no Icons
visible. Click with the RIGHT Mouse button This will bring up the
"Display Properties" window
Click on the "Settings" Tab
The settings will be in the "Screen Area" box
You can place the cursor on the arrow and drag it to the right to 800 x 600
pixels. (Do not change it to anything higher, most of the adapters
will not allow a higher setting.)
Click on Apply
If there is problem with your choice, don't do anything and it will reset
back to the way it was in 15 seconds.
If you are stuck on 640 by 480 pixels by re-doing the adapter settings and
Ghosting this will fix the problem. By changing this setting, the
screen will have more stuff visible for the kids at one time. It will look
like the screen is larger, the only problem is the letters will be
REMEMBER TO SAVE ANY WORK OR SOFTWARE THAT YOU HAVE ON
THE MACHINE BEFORE YOU TRY THIS. IT WILL RE-SET THE MACHINE TO A LIKE
Have fun and good luck. If there are problems let one of us know.
State Wide Technical Manager