most of the times would be posible for you to install vga drivers in win98
clicking right button on the desk / propierties / configuration / advanced /
adapter / change
then go to look for driver in an especific ubication option
you must indicate the path of the driver you have downloaded, eg:
even is posible you must indicate in the path the name of your inf file
I hope this could help you anyway.
Quote:> I use win 98 and have lost the disk. I accidently removed my display
> driver and need the CD to reinstall the hardware. I have downloaded
> the driver, but am unable to get windows to proceed with the
> installation without the disk. does anyone know where I can get the
> disk cheap (it retails for around $40, which is more than my pc is
> worth)or how I can proceed without the disk? Thanks
Thanks for reading this message and trying to help me out :-).
I have the following problem. I run 2 machines.
Nr1 with 2 NIC cards and XP pro, with one card hooked up to my ADSL
ant the other card to my Level One 4 port Hub. Nr2 with one NIC hooked
up the my Hub and Win 98.
Nr1 is hooked up to the hub with a cross over cable and Nr2 with a
normal cable. Both have the same login and passwords.
I ran the Network Wizard first on Nr1 and then with a diskette on Nr2.
My results are following, in the beginingeverything works just fine. I
can acess internet with both and they can communicate with eachother
in both directions. But after a while (20 mins up to 1 hour) they just
loose the connection between each other. Though Internet works just
fine from both of the machines. If i run the wizard again everything
starts to work, but after a short while the problems start all over
again. On my XP machine i can still "see" the other machine but when i
click on a disk i get the message "this network place is not
available". The same occur at the Win 98 machine.
I will be very greatful for any guidence to solve my problem as im
quite new to this "Networking World"
Thanks a lot in advance