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TMOUSE (01) error - Win 98 bootup

I don't have recovery cd that contains win 98.

Mouse (Accupoint) will only work in safe mode. Cannot load a
PS/2 mouse device in safe mode. Therefore, catch 22.

Also, A drive does not read in safe mode. How am I supposed to load a PS/2 mouse if I cannot get past the TMOUSE (01) that comes up at bootup?

How can I fix the problems when the a and cd drives do not read in safe mode? I can't get the Accupoint mouse to work in Normal or any other mode. Catch 22 again...

Thanks for any help you may help. Oh, and I don't have a win 98 recovery CD either in order to fetch the utility or drivers I need to make mouse work and anything else.

Thanks.
Sherry

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Up grade the memory to 64mb. and install xp pro
works great for me running on 160som meg of ram but i cant find the video drivers

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Try booting using the step-by-step confirmation instead of safe mode. Skip loading the mouse driver that is causing the error. You won't have a mouse when you get booted up but you can use keyboard commands to navigate everything while you try to reload drivers.

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