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For Itronix support find here: http://www.gd-itronix.com/index.cfm?page=Drivers:Selection_List&product_choice=IX260&os_choice=Windows%20XP&is_old=1 IF YOUR WIRELESS HAS A ISSUE: Pull the plug on the wireless, wait 30 seconds or so , plug in, allow it to selftest, reboot laptop. If that fails , push and hold the reset button on the wireless device, this will reset to default settings, connect and reconfigure your wireless device's SSID and Security.
I would start with a driver update. You can start with just removing your wireless network card from the device manager then rebooting. That should fix the problem. Afterwards I'd check to see if there was an updated driver from Itronix's website.
The problems you see when trying to install this Win 98 old thing is just the tip of the iceberg of driver problems, crashes and what not.
May I suggest a completely different approach?
How about installing Linux ubuntu? It can work with any Microsoft Document, surf the internet and has all the drivers you need built in. It can even run some of Windows applications.
Give it a try, what do you have to lose?