I do have most experience with this old OS, However I cannot get the sound to work.
The install (for win98) does find it, and install properly but after a reboot it gave the following flag in the decive manager: ( I'll try my best to translate the info into English):
"The NTkern.VXD, MMDEVLDR.VXD device program(s) are unable to load the driver(s) for this device. (CODE 2)"
Checking out the installed drivers, they are all there. ( well it shows a bunch, check screenshot)
I've provided some screenshots, taken on win98 and on winxp ( dual boot, same system)
On winxp, the sound automaticly installed, during setup, saying its a via ac97 WDM etc. So Therefor I've googled for the via ac97 for win98 and installed that on the win98 OS. It installed fine, but still no sound and a flag in device manger as said above.
Any 1 knows what I'm doing wrong?
A solution would be awsome.
Its a compaq evo n150 laptop, 700 hz celleron 64 mb solderd memory minus 8mb for the video ( wonder win xp ran with 56 mb of memory) . I believe with the appollo chipset and via southbrigde. I can look it up wich one with cpu-z if needed.
EDIT for some spellings ( I hope i got all )
Ps: On the official HP/COMPAQ site, onder the page for driver for my Compaq EVO n150. It has all drivers but no sound provided. Wow HP why? It doesn't even give info where to get it.
Ps2 offtopic. How to make a flash drive work under win98?. Now I keep rebooting to wxp to copy /try new drivers for w98.
This post has been edited by Trancelistic: 29 July 2012 - 07:22 AM