Hello. I have a DOS-based computer without a hard drive, and it has been networked to other computers as a hard drive. Right now, it is connected to a Win98 computer. Unfornunately, the Win98 computer has a boot-sector virus, but, as long as any floppies are write-protected, the virus won't spread, and I think it won't transfer through a network, either. I have the software that can do a DOS<->DOS parallel port network connection, but that requires the Win98 computer to be in DOS mode. I will handle the virus when I have the money, because, when I tried to repartition the hard drive from a start-up disk, restart, format the hard drive, reset and reinstall the OS, the virus was still there. But that's not my major concern nowIs there a better way to do this, i.e. running the Win98 computer the Win32 mode?