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On the pins marked on the motherboard. The location on the motherboard varies from board to board. Your motherboard manual will show you. If you don't have a manual go to the board manufacturers website and look in the support section.
The beeps are an error code. Most times they are signifying a RAM or video card problem. With your explanation I would check the video card first. The card might have overheated or just plain crapped out on you. Try replacing and rebooting. Hopefully this will have fixed your problem. Sorry. Hope this points you in the right direction & Good luck.
I wouldn't bother with windows 98, its more bother than its worth! XP has been given an extention to 2013 so you should be able to obtain a copy at a microsoft certifed retailer, when you update windows the drivers should be installed automaticly