Updating windows 98 to windows xp
I realize that it is almost a year after this topic was first posted but I just decided to install Windows 98se onto a system and came across this. So things that were included after version three(v3) of HTML - WILL BE IGNORED. The thing about HTML, XML, CSS, and any other part to the web specifically states that if the commands are not recognized - they must be ignored.
Since a couple of the answers are not exactly right - I thought I'd reply. It IS compatible with any website currently on the internet BUT it may not run all of the content on those websites. This was done so older web browsers would not crash when they come across something they are not capable to handle.
The thing is - I could do it and it didn't require any kind of special program to do it even. It was a special order card but the software that accessd it came from Applied Engineering from all the way back in the 1980s.
That was really nice to be able to do that but it also meant the entire screen on the //gs was taken up with disk drive icons.I downloaded all the drivers for it but I am missing a 'PCI communication device'...I don'tthink that is causing all the extreme slowness!!! Where can I download the updates and burn to a CD so I can transfer them to Windows 98 computer???You will see that the OS is (or was) Windows 98se (because that information is sent to the server every time I do something).So the first incorrect statement was that Windows 98se is "not Internet compatible".