Failure to setup PC Interfacing in Win98

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Hello, experts!

I was told that the prerequisite to the execution of PC Interfacing is a WIndows 98 or ME operating system. This, they say, is because the system of objects used is not supported by Windows XP. 

My dilemma starts here because when I try to run setup in Win98, I get an error message that forces the operating system to shut down before actually loading into Windows. 

Please help me figure this out. By the way, I have a Core 2 Duo processor PC with an ASROCK motherboard.

Greatly in need of your help. Thanks in advance.

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Best Answer by Szakacs Regis
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Failure to setup PC Interfacing in Win98

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This is the reason that your window 98 has corrupted and might not able to connect and allow interfacing so you should have to choose the decision which installed that window again and then run it will start working and make it confirm that you will install all the drivers and then run the interfacing and connect the device you want for interfacing and this will run. As above you have discussed that your window is not working properly and the error is that it does not allow interfacing and shut down instead of doing any work so you have to re-install the window and then run the interfacing it will make connecting and run properly.

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Failure to setup PC Interfacing in Win98

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Hi there! This is a step by step installation process in installing Windows 98 properly. You may have overlook some steps that’s why it shut downs so easily. Open Virtual PC and click the "Next" to start creating a Windows 98 machine. Leave the "Create a virtual machine" radio button selected and click "Next" again. Enter a name for the virtual machine saved files. Click on "Browse" and select a hard drive location. Select "Windows 98" from the drop-down menu. This will auto-configure the virtual machine's memory, hard drive and sound settings to work with the older operating system, Click "Next." Leave the "Using the recommended RAM" radio button selected and click "Next." Click the "A new virtual hard disk" radio button and click "Next" again. the installation of Windows 98 will use up to 355MB space, but you may want to add additional space for saving documents and files. Tap on "Finish" to end the setup. Click the new machine in the Virtual PC Console window and click "Start." Wait for the virtual machine window to boot and display the "DHCP" message. Insert the Windows 98 installation disc into the system's optical drive and press "Enter." Follow the instructions on the screen to configure the Windows 98 system and wait for the installation to finish. Select "Save state" from the prompt window to keep the Windows 98 status in memory Or you can click on this link to find out more about how to Run Windows 98 on XP | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_8495568_run-98-virtual-machine-xp.html#ixzz1nAQn37q3

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