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You can remove the service pack by click Start -- > Control Panel -- > Add/remove programs. If not, use the backup disc you created upon installing windows. If you didn't create or don't have one, use the original install disc.
The drivers that are required are completely dependent on the hardware that you're installing the OS on. The OS itself comes with almost all the drivers it needs in order to have basic functionality. The easiest thing to try would be to go to the manufacturer's website and search their support section for driver downloads. Select the model computer you're reinstalling on and it should allow you to select which version OS you're installing. Pick Windows 98 if it's available. If it's not you'll have to resort to Google, but it would be possible that they didn't make Windows 98 compatible drivers for that particular hardware.
First split the harddrive into two partitions. Install Windows 98 first. Put it on the first partions. Then install Win 2k on the second partition. If you attempt to install sin 2k first you will be unable to install win 98
it depends on what os you are installing if you are installing windows xp, all pre 2000 graphics card dont usualy need drivers in windows xp, if its not asking for drivers you maybe have to install them manualy *DRIVERLINK* (winxp):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/xp/legacy-xp.html *DRIVERLINK* (win2k):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/2k/legacy-2k.html *DRIVERLINK*(win98):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/98me/legacy-98me.html
These are the last drivers made by ati for that graphics card
ok you need to reboot your computer from the CD rom with xp disk in it.
start your computer hold down the f12 key, a small menu will come up , pick cd/dvd/cd-rw drive with your arrow keys ,
select enter , follow xp directions on how install operating system on the monitor.
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".