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Windows 98 OS for ashton digital passport 2000

Need win 98 OS for passport 2000

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Re: Windows 98 OS for ashton digital passport 2000

You will need to try ebay or search utorrent and download the programme to enable the search for the .iso files and then burn them to a cd.

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Ashton digital passport 2000

Try using nLite or XPLite to slim down your XP footprint. Turn off all the GUI chrome and go back to the Windows Classic theme. You should have no trouble getting XP lean and mean enough to run happily in 256MB, even with large office apps. If that fails, consider 2k. Reason being, most modern hardware doesn't come with 98 drivers, but 2k is similar enough to XP that most drivers will work with both. Also, there are no security updates being provided for 98 any more. If you're still dead-set on 98 as the solution, please clarify your request for "DLLs".

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