Everytime I want to boot up my Windows 98 SE system, I get a Bluescreen before he loads up the login screen (so the autoexec.bat is still called successfully and shows up on the screen).
I took a picture of it.
I believe this is because of some conflict with my Sound Card (Diamond Monster MX300) and nusb (3.5) because previously when I didn't had the sound card plugged in I had no problem booting up.
After inserting the sound card and installing its drivers however, the bluescreen occured. At first I thought it was some driver issue of the sound card (because it occured when the SoundBlaster emulation driver of the card was being installed) but after I reformmatted and reinstalled the system I could install the card just fine (there are also no sound issues with it).
Then I tried to install nusb again just to experience the Bluescreen after a reboot so it has to be some kind of conflict (I believe he crashes when either the usb or the sound card drivers are loaded but I'm not sure).
Now I would like to have usb 2.0 support for my system but I also want the sound card to run with it (since the win98 system is the last one to fully support it).
So I hope you guys can either help me fixing this conflict so I can have both nusb and the sound card running on the system or suggest me some kind of alternative to nusb that I can try out to see if it works any better
This post has been edited by Zapeth: 07 January 2013 - 09:33 AM