Just Got A Labtop With 98 On It
The general idea is discussed in "Boot with GRUB" by Wayne Marshall, which tells how to create a floppy disk that boots grub, including a configuration file. Backups and Moving Windows to a New Disk (for Dual-Boot) I have no CD-ROMs for the Windows operating system as installed by this laptop (in particular, I don't have a CD-ROM Must use floppy.okay......well how do i use the floppy then! The most stressing applications for wireless cards are the ones that do security scanning/auditing, like Kismet and Aircrack. (They also essentially require the use of GNU/Linux; I don't know anyone who
In Linux you can prevent panning directly. Now install more up-to-date software. Disabling "panning.sys" in config.sys (run "msconfig" for an easy way to do this) doesn't seem to help. By John Sheesley | in Classics Rock, March 5, 2008, 4:11 AM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus Windows XP http://metro.co.uk/2017/01/24/man-buys-windows-98-era-laptop-and-finds-a-lot-of-weird-stuff-6403590/
The display configuration doesn't allow for other virtual terminals while in graphics mode, and the shutdown display gets odd, but this no negative impact on normal use. Whereas, the XP and especially the Vista machines I access occasionally are comparatively slow even on their dual core CPUs. In fact, this turned into a little game/project for me, and I learned a few things along the way.
Laptop Won't Run Windows 98 Started by vtech13 , Aug 04 2007 03:51 PM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 vtech13 vtech13 Members 12 posts OFFLINE I also still use it for dial-up internet. By continuing, your consent is assumed. That thing with 98se on it was unstoppable!
When I turn it on, it says IBM in the top right corner, ThinkPad in the bottom left corner and 064960 KB OK in the top left corner, then it flashes I do not use Adobe Flash plugin . Reply Raymond says: June 19, 2012 at 11:58 pm Yes I still use 98Se on a Intel Pent III 800 MHz, 1 gig memory PC. To do this, here's what MS says: Right-click My Computer, click the Properties button, and then click the Performance tab.
What are your favorite versions of programs for it? Darn! Windows 98 laptop not powering on, read below... Back to top #5 BigTarantula99 BigTarantula99 Topic Starter Members 11 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:United States Local time:04:16 AM Posted 21 October 2013 - 08:32 PM Okay.
I'm sure there are more sources of information. They included Tetris, a glossary of Australian slang and a worrying amount of Star Trek features. with CD support.i know that you can change it in BIOS but i have no clue how to get there on this laptop.and yes as of this sitehttp://www.windowsreinstall.com/win98/laptopinstall98floppy/indexfullpage.htmit said( To find Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out.
Don't make the mistake of getting the Product ID number...that's the wrong number you want.http://www.pcwarfare.com/laptops/reinstall.windows.htmTONI Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Well by Dragonbssj / July 20, 2005 9:02 So, left to its own devices, you'll start to miss out on the more recent capabilities and security capabilities of more modern machines. enough for my needs. This will give us more disk space for good stuff.
Since around 50% of all security vulnerabilities (including the ones we don't know about yet!) are buffer overflows, this makes Fedora Core a safer OS than most other operating systems -- GNU/Linux Install If you ever decide to do a dual-boot install, remember the golden rule: install Windows first. Continue the conversation in the comments below or with Matthew Dunn on Twitter or Facebook. Update: The wireless card works fine.
This makes using fun free games like Battle for Wesnoth inaccessible on Windows while there's no separate attached screen. (Battle for Wesnoth works just fine on Linux). So clearly, Windows 98 isn't a choice for any machine built in the last year. I bought a little memory, swapped in a bigger hard drive (no cost to me), and bought an inexpensive wireless card. (In my case, the original laptop also had a power
It's easy to buy a card that won't work easily and create lots of headaches for yourself...
They also noted that there is an open source software driver for Atheros, though with a limitation (it doesn't include all code). So think about the kinds of applications you'd like to run, and what operating systems are necessary (or desirable) to run. Deciding what to do with it The most important step is to decide what to do with the laptop, and that's influenced by the capabilities of the machine itself. Back to top #4 vtech13 vtech13 Topic Starter Members 12 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:16 AM Posted 05 August 2007 - 04:54 PM Well, I reinstalled windows and everything seemed to
Fun! That's because Windows is fundamentally rude; it assumes that there are no other competing products, and it simply overwrites whatever boot process you had before. Remove teh floppy disk from the drive and then restart your computer.2. If you're in a war, instead of throwing a hand grenade at the enemy, throw one of those small pumpkins.
This is really a nasty problem -- what's the point of having a "feature" that makes software unusable? Clear the option to Search for new floppy disk drives each time your computer starts. I must admit however that it is becoming harder and harder to surf the net because so many websites insist on running scripts that are only compatible with XP and above. I have Nero smartstart for my burning program.
You can get any missing drivers for your IBM laptop here:http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss...itestyle=lenovo Edited by pip22, 05 August 2007 - 02:01 PM. Now I swapped in a much bigger hard drive I snagged from a laptop (the other laptop works, but it doesn't support CardBus cards). If you use Cygwin and add rxvt, add it to the desktop so it's easier to start. If you use instant messaging (including IRC), get Gaim.
Can anyone offer me any suggestions how I can make it run win98? I had a hard drive with more space, and I could give Windows a larger partition while still giving lots of space to GNU/Linux. Finally, under Windows 98, a hard drive partition formatted with FAT32, the default file system, can't exceed 127.5 GB.