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Old 10-15-2008, 04:40 PM   #1
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hey guy's restored windows 98 on hp . my display drivers are messed up !!downloaded sis 5598 now i can move the resulotion but when i restart i get blue error have to reset with ctrl-alt-del then it say wronge adapter keep 640\800 click yes then it reloads but resulion still messed up wat am i doin wronge sis 5598 is on the chip on mother board please help thx
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Windows 98 is just to old for any system, you should probaly change the os to something else
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Old 10-15-2008, 05:21 PM   #4
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my thoughts exactly wat should i put on it capacity is 2,146,467,840 everest sugg. 2000+ any good idea's
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Whats the model number of the HP?
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Windows 98 is just to old for any system, you should probaly change the os to something else
Actaully, Ive been wanting to get a hold of Windows 98. And Im sure he can find the right drivers to make it run.

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hey guy's restored windows 98 on hp
Also, he did say he RESTORED it. Meaning it was orginally on it. He should be able to get the drivers for it.
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Actaully, Ive been wanting to get a hold of Windows 98. And Im sure he can find the right drivers to make it run.
I have an original 98 CD if you want to buy it?
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I have an original 98 CD if you want to buy it?
Well, Im sure I could get it free. As I do believe that Windows 98 is no longer copy right protection.
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