Oak is some pretty old stuff, probably ISA. I'm sure Win98 has built-in drivers for it but since many ISA cards aren't "plug & play", the drivers will have to be installed manually using the "add new hardware" wizard. The make/model of the chipset wasn't mentioned.
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