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b: atemp a pcie build and find ether net, sound card pci that has 98 support and look for an mid tear pcie gpu that has 98 support. and use like a core 2 duo or even better tho i head windows 98 only works with single core.
i was just looking for the best mb with all of them but if i cant get all the drivers it sounds like if i get an mb that has extra pci slots i can buy a 98 sound card,Ethernet. thow i read that new stuff will mosty like ony have ethernet driver. that being said i would think chipset driver are also importend so ill have to look for mb with chipset, sata, and maybe usb.
Hello,So I finally got my Audigy 2 ZS installed under Windows 98 SE buy installing VxD drivers manually. I'm using a Asus p5pe-vm motherboard. All of the system sounds come through just fine, CD Audio works fine as well. However, when trying to launch most games I do not get any audio. Most games don't produce an error just silence. However, any of the Humongous Entertainment games do produce this interesting error that prevents the game from running:
I tried uninstalling the hardware and software for my Audigy 2 ZS and reinstall using the CD available on vogonsdrivers. BIG MISTAKE. Nothing at all worked anymore. So I removed the hardware and software and tried installing the drivers for my motherboard built-in sound. Similar to the other result I can hear the Windows startup chime (although it sounds terrible) and I can hear some sounds from some games (although terrible). Ironically Humongous Entertainment games still throw the same error. I ran DXDIAG sound test again and noticed it failed at Step 17 (out of memory).
About the sound card since I aim to use ss7 machines with windows 98, I think I'd go with live, even if they go with same name, one is an oem card I recently bought on ebay, while the other is the sb live I bought my self at the time. 1e1e36bf2d