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Building a new Win9x box

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I knew I shouldn't of dug through my box of old games :D

Anyway, the system I've decided to put together is going to consist of a nForce3 Ultra motherboard with 1gb of ram and most likely a geforce 6xxx video card. My questions are:

What all do I need to do in order to get 1gb of ram working properly and will I need to remove a stick in order to install the os? Would ME handle that much memory better than 98?

Does SATA work at all on the nForce3 since nVidia doesn't seem to provide any sata/ide drivers for it?


Also, the Audigy 2 ZS is listed as 98/ME compatible in the sticky but there are no Win9x drivers for it on Creative's site..? Are they on the original CD? If so....what if the card I buy doesn't come with a cd?

Edited by [FMC]Ravage, 26 November 2012 - 08:10 PM.



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Take a look here:
http://www.msfn.org/...98-seme-topics/

The 1GB RAM topic is in there at least. As far as the Creative drivers, I'm sure they are available somewhere. Sometimes they are on the original CD and sometimes it seems easier to find the CD than find the download.
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