|Again, you may be able to manipulate some settings, and get it to load and run; but if the machine is reasonably new (last 7 years or so) then it's nearly impossible to believe that the hardware in the machine had Win98 drivers (video/lan/sound/etc.) written for it. And dual-core would be pretty much useless, since Win9x (95/98/ME) never recognized more than one CPU. If you're determined to run Win98, it would probably be better to try to run it under a Virtual Machine...|
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