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Install 98SE2ME and choose Option 3 (WinME Explorer+Shell+UI)
Try this mirror ONLY if the above doesn't work:Mirror Download
Then go to Start>Run and type appwiz.cpl
Go to the Windows Setup tab, click Accessibility, then click Details. Check both Accessibility Options and Accessibility Tools then click OK and then OK once more. If you are prompted for your Windows 98 SE CD insert it. Continue with that and if it says that a file being copied is older than the one already on your system, click Yes.
Then download this ZIP file:
NEW VERSION RELEASED! AGAIN!
If you don't have a program to decompress ZIP files download and install this:7-Zip 9.20
Unzip the files to a folder of your choice and run INSTALL.BAT. Then click on Start>Programs>Accessories>Accessibility>On-Screen Keyboard. You should have a successful installation of the Windows ME OSK.
Note: If there is a down arrow in the Accessibility folder, click on it. Then it will show the OSK shortcut. The reason why it does that is because WinME/Win2000/WinXP shell sometimes hides unused shortcuts in the Start Menu under a down arrow. After you run the program from that location in the Start Menu once then it will show the shortcut normally and not hidden so you won't have to click the arrow again.
*NO RESTART REQUIRED!*
Edited by coolman, 19 February 2013 - 12:59 PM.
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