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The cd rom in this machine has always been the d: drive, so I am basically getting more and more confused with each thing I try. I typed in the instructions from microsoft exactly as they appear on that link above--including the drive letter D: But when I click on My Computer, there is no reference to Based on the 'Device Status' message that's showing in Device Manager for the controllers, it appears that the MB's chipset drivers are not installed. These allocations are then used at each and every startup.

However, if you install reinstall win98se, it probably will include drivers that will work with that mobo. For example, if you need to install Windows 98 but you've lost your original Windows 98 Setup CD, downloading Windows 98 would get you out of that bind.You might want to download What model Compaq computer? Oh yeah, 56KB of memory (I know, not a lot!).

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As far as device status, it is showing: The device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all of the drivers installed. TerhuneMS MVP Shell/Userhttp://www.grystmill.com/articles/cleanboot.htmhttp://www.grystmill.com/articles/security.htm"Senator" wrote in messagenews:[email protected]> Thanks for your message Don. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. It was followed up by Windows ME.

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Reply With Quote 12-10-2004,10:20 AM #19 FastLearner View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Master Geek Join Date Jul 2004 Location Fulda, Germany Posts 996 Also, I found But if done in the past when a different combination of hardware was connected, and not re-done to suit the latest set, then these allocations would be unsuitable, and there would If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. Windows 98 Not Recognizing Cd Drive This normally sets the CD-drives back by one.

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I am starting to think this is hopeless and I should just reinstall windows--oh yeah, I forgot, I can't do that because Microsoft is too paranoid to include the d$%& cd How To Install Windows 98 if anything happens to either of these drivers the computer will not recognize any cd drives of any type. Repeat this for each item of hardware that causes a stall. marks are still on the same three items.

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The PCI hardware [items connected to the PCI bus] like NIC, USB, PCI CPU Bridge, IDE Controllers, PCI Video Card, PCI to ISA Bridge, etc [in my BIOS anyway] MUST be See How to Find the Windows 98 Product Key for easy instructions.If you do in fact have your Windows 98 product key but you're missing your Setup CD, you could argue Windows 98 Download This means the settings can only be changed by manually changing to "Reset Configuration Data = Enabled". Windows 98 Iso If you don't do that the drive will never work.

marty Reply With Quote 12-09-2004,08:55 PM #10 ski View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Exalted Grand Master Geek Join Date Nov 2001 Location Wyoming Valley Posts 3,399 I feel there is some way of re-installing the driver, but have reached the limits of my capabilities. Reply With Quote 12-10-2004,07:55 AM #18 FastLearner View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Master Geek Join Date Jul 2004 Location Fulda, Germany Posts 996 That was weird. It's the only device on that cable.On both systems, DOS can't find E: and in the Windows Device Manager, there are no CD-ROM Drives (or CD-ROM controllers).However, on both systems, the Windows 98 Cd Rom Driver

As for SIS drivers, I really don't know. The only legal course of action when you need a copy of Windows 98 is to actually buy a new copy of Windows 98. Please enter a valid email address. Rather, they are provided as a replacement in the event that the real-mode drivers that came with your CD-ROM are unavailable.

Are you sure your OS is Win98? Windows 98 Boot Disk If you haven't, and the machine on which you're planning to do the clean reinstall on is still operational, you may be able to find the driver you're looking for there. I tried the same thing with a different drive, and the results are the same.

You could probably install one on this mobo.

Talk about a "catch 22". Then you could go into Windows [safe mode if necessary] and study "Bootlog.txt" to see if there are any "Fail" procedures. [devices: Loading, initialising, start, terminate.] Since "Config.sys" & "Autoexec.bat" are Using a text editor such as Wordpad, add a line that references the gscdrom.sys file. Windows 98 Virtual Machine While I was ranting and raving, I decided to format the drive and installed a copy of Windows 95 that I had laying around.

Article Microsoft May Download Windows 10 Without Your Knowledge Article 15 Common Questions About Installing Windows on a PC Article Are Those Free Microsoft Product Keys Real? For example, you would probably download an ISO file like windows-98-se.iso, or something like that. The drivers for CD drives are all built into Windows, nothing special is needed. Will it hurt the mobo to install the W95 drivers now, and then install the 98 ones later?

Call me crazy, but I feel like I have invested so much time on trying to install win 95, that I am now on a mission to complete the task... I have checked the drivers, and Windows 98 says they are all up to date and in use. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.