Windows Millennium Edition has detected that drive C does not contain a valid FAT or FAT32 partition. There are several possible causes.
The drive may need to be partitioned. To create a partition on the drive, run fdisk from the MS-DOS command prompt.
You may be using third-party disk-partitioning software. If you are using this type of software, remove the emergency boot disk and restart the computer. Then follow the on-screen instructions to start your computer from a floppy disk.
Some viruses also cause your drive C to not register. You can use a virus scanning program to check your computer for viruses.
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