|What you want now comes out.|
I would say that something is not updated enough
for XP, when upgrading from 98. Like drivers, or
incompatiable hardware. Like in this article that I gave you above--
How to prepare to Upgrade Windows98 and Windows ME to Windows XP
If you are having problems with a game because
of a updated video driver, then this is my reply for older programs---
I find if an older game or program cannot be installed by
way of its CD, then use "Program Compatibility Wizard" to install it.
If a game is installed by doing the above, but will not start by
way of the CD, then when inserting the CD hold down the left
Shift key for approx. 15 sec. to keep AutoRun from taking over.
Now click the game in the "All Programs" list. Should start now.
From a Microsoft web page:
If an older application gives you trouble when running
Windows XP, you can set the compatibility properties
manually so that the program runs in a different mode,
such as Windows 95, or in a different display or resolution
setting. To set the compatibility properties for a program:
1. Right-click the executable or the program shortcut to the
executable, and then click Properties.
2. Select the Run this program in compatibility mode check box.
3. From the list, select an operating system that the program
runs in comfortably.
4. If necessary, also change the display settings and/or
resolution, or disable the Windows XP visual themes.
Run the program again when you're finished changing the
settings. Adjust the compatibility settings again if the
program is still not running smoothly: a program that's
unhappy on Windows 2000 may flourish on Windows 98.
How to Troubleshoot Program Compatibility Issues in Windows XP