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Re: folder options not available in windows 98
Plz go to run
then go to
in right side panel u get
DELETE THE KEY.
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Other USB sticks can sometimes work. However, you need to format the stick at the sewing machine before putting files on the USB stick at the computer. 2GB and larger USB sticks are the most likely to give problems. 32MB to 1GB sticks are more likely to work. Only one person found an 8GB USB stick would work with the Designer SE. Most new USB sticks are formatted with a NTFS format. The sewing machine may be looking for a FAT16 or FAT32 format. The other possibility is limited USB drivers on the sewing machine. (I've got an Ag GPS position system that won't accept any USB stick unless it is labeled as "Works with Windows 98". Those USB sticks didn't need the OS to download a driver from Windows Update when they were first plugged into the computer.)
I hope this helps.
(The Designer SE could talk directly to Windows XP or Vista via USB. However, the programming probably had more in common with Windows 98.)
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.
try and us a older win 98 boot disc or a bootable cd win98 use the fdisk option delete the existing partion..then install your operating system cd and when it says press any key to boot from cd do that and go from there..it will recreat partion and format it..i hope that heklps
Windows 98 SE supports USB 2.0. The original Windows 98 (gold) or Windows 98 OEM or Windows 98 Upgrade versions which are not SE will not support USB 2.0. Nor is there any way to get USB 2.0 support for these Windows 98 versions unless you upgrade to Windows 98 SE.
Note that the Windows 98 SE upgrade CD will fail upon completion, leaving the SE Upgrade with a corrupt registry, if you try to run the Windows 98 SE Upgrade CD on a Windows 98 system that has a version of IE installed which is higher than IE 4.
When you open the window "My Computer" you need to open the "Folder options". under "Folder Options" you have three tabs, you need to click on the "View" tab. Under "View" tab you have an option as "Hidden files and folders", you may select the option according to your choice over there.
Note : - In win XP the "Folder options" are present under the "Tools" tab, however it might be under the "View" tab in the "my computer" in win 98. I don't have a Win 98 handy to check that. i am sure you would be able to find that out. Once you have the "Folder options" the steps are same as mentioned above.
Hope that resolves your issue. Will wait for tee rating.
ya its asking the windows 98 cd key
Follow the steps below to locate your Windows 98 product key code from the Windows 98 registry. Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: Less than 10 minutes
Click on Start and then Run.
In the text box in the Run window, type regedit and click OK. This will open the Registry Editor program. Note: Do not make any changes to any entry anywhere in Registry Editor to avoid causing serious system issues. These steps only direct you to view entries, not to make changes.
Locate the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder under My Computer and click on the (+) sign next the folder name to expand the folder.
In the resulting folders, locate and click on the (+) sign next to Software to expand this folder.
In the resulting folders, locate and click on the (+) sign next to Microsoft to expand this folder.
In the resulting folders, locate and click on the (+) sign next to Windows to expand this folder.
In the resulting folders, locate and click on the Current Version folder.
In the results that appear in the window on the right, locate the ProductID.
The numbers and letters on this line represent the Windows 98 product key. The product key should be formatted like xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx - five sets of five letters and numbers.
Write this product key down exactly as it is found here for use when reinstalling Windows 98. Note: If even one character is written down incorrectly, the installation of Windows 98 that you attempt with this product key will fail. Be sure to transcribe the key exactly.
Close Registry Editor without making any changes.
If your system was purchased with Microsoft Windows pre-installed, and you have not reinstalled it or upgraded it yourself, the product key found by the steps on this page will only find the generic product key that your computer manufacturer used to install the operating system. This product key will not work when attempting to reinstall Windows. In this case, you must use the unique product key that is on the sticker attached to your computer case.