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Windows 98SE on a Unix network

By golfor ·
I want to upgrade a Windows 95 machine on a Unix based network to Windows 98SE. What are the steps necessary to accomplish this task?

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by asep_hendriana In reply to Windows 98SE on a Unix ...

Steps to accomplish the task:
- Ensure all of your current Windows 95 applications will run on Windows 98SE (Visit vendor's homepage to find out). Based on my experience, most of Windows 95 applications will run on Windows 98SE.
- Get upgrade version of Windows 98SE
- Do the upgrade
- Download Windows 98/98SE driver for undetectable hardware (Display, SoundCard, PCMCIA, etc.) of your PC.

The network setting / TCP/IP setting will remain the same and you can access the Unix based network after the upgrade.

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by emcs In reply to Windows 98SE on a Unix ...

There should not be a problem upgrading from 95 to 98se. Just do the upgrade. You may encounter some problems, but they should be minor.

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