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Windows 98 SE

Packaging supports windows 98 Se which I currently have on my computer.
Once I put the disk in it says windows 98 is not supported.

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The driver version CD you have does not support it. However you can use an xp driver manually to get it to work. I do not see a 98 exclusive driver on site.

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