Reply 140 of 205, by JiaoTongNan
Hello all. […]
Still having Wireless troubles. Not able to install the drivers correctly. When clicking have disk and going to the driver it shows a driver file but when I click on the driver file, it does not show any actual driver inside.
Just checking, my particular Wireless card has a chip on it that says BCM4318KFBG is that what you guys have?
Also I notice every time I freshly install WIN98, after I install the Ethernet driver WIN98 takes at least a minute and a half to startup. Any ideas?
Edit: Running Registry Cleaner after installing the Ethernet driver solves the startup issue.
I've mentioned this in the instructions; you must go to C:/Win98 for the proper file when Windows 98 does this. Its very annoying, I know.
About to re-upload the driver bundle link (Now includes buffalo wireless utility for WPA, rloew's universal usb driver, somewhat updated instructions). Will try to include Windows 98's built in sound blaster emulator.
Thanks. I was just trying to install a slightly different way. I am posting this from the D600 running on wireless. Since getting this working I have been having an unknown device to try to install itself on startup. Any ideas what it might be? The last two devices not installed are PCI Card and PCI Universal Serial Bus.
Every single driver provided is installed right? I swear I remember fixing that issue by installing all of the drivers. When I get the time, I'll try installing Windows 98SE again on my Dell Latitude D600 (Replaced it with Slacko Linux after another unstable Windows 98 install just for fun)
Its been a while since I set this thing up and I'm already forgetting x_x (I was giving 98 a break for a while because it was driving me insane)