On Sat, 11 Oct 2003 13:33:22 -0400, Knowing that it was a Hollywood
Quote:>For one thing, you cannot do an upgrade with an OEM version. There are other
>disadvantages as well. Best to avoid them.
Oops.Do them all the time :)
Suspect your knowledge base is lacking and that you research,"Usenet"
a bit more coz you really haven't got a clue ;-)
I mean ,"You"really don't have a clue<grin> :D
>> On Sat, 11 Oct 2003 12:27:23 -0400, Knowing that it was a Hollywood
>> >For up-to-date USB functionality, you'll need SE. Good luck in finding a
>> >copy, Microsoft no longer markets them. You might try eBay. Avoid OEM
>> Why?OEM means nothing.I use them all the time.If you mean proprietary
>> image disks then yes I agree but OEM windows versions are just full
>> >> I have a PII 300 laptop with 192MB RAM and 4GB Hard drive. It was
>> >> with Win 98 supplied but was upgraded to Win Me and has been running
>> >> for a while without problems. However, performance seems tardy and I
>> >> it will help to return to Win 98. The thing is? Should I go for plain
>> >> 98SE? Constraints might be...
>> >> Need to connect USB ADSL modem
>> >> Need to connect Canon USB camera
>> >> Need to connect Iomega USB CD-RW
>> >> Will want to connect to wireless network with PCMCIA card in the future
>> >> router, not ICS.
>> >> Apart from making sure the above will all work, the other concerns are
>> >> general performance (speed) and stability.
>> >> Given the above requirements, would you go for plain 98 or 98SE?
>> >> Thanks for your views.
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