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really you dont need to install drivers for sandisk u3 cruzer because the driver is embedded in the flash. if you are using windows 98 you will have to visit this site www.sandisk.com/sandisk-support/driver-download-wizard or u3.sandisk.com/
Windows 98 does requires an USB driver for any/all USB devices to work. The flash memory stick should have a driver in CD otherwise you need to download a Windows 98 driver from Toshibe WEB site. Acer may also have USB driver on their support download WEB site.
Regarding on your problem, in windows xp and up version of windows operating system, plug and play device is easy and no need to install its drivers manually cause the computer will automatically install its drivers. But in the case of Windows 98 you have to install your USB Driver manually in order to be recognize by the system. So my recommendation please insert the CD driver or load the driver of your USB and run the setup.exe to install the USB Driver.
go here >http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/download_drivers_bios.jsp
Put in product type,family,product series,model, Operating system, Choose audio for driver type, choose your country, then download the audio driver for win98 and install it once downloaded that should fix the audio problem
As for the flash drive go to the manufacturers web site and find the win98 driver
Win98 will not auto recognize flash drives like winxp does , they require a driver for windows to find them
Best of luck
Hope this helps you