No. Windows 98 it DOS based. Windows 2K and XP are NT based. The software instalation will fail.
However, iPod itself can be used with Windows 98.
Yes he is right, if it says u need such snd such you cant use anything else than that otherwise the installment will fail
Probably not entirely helpful and possibly not true, but since the iPod is in effect a USB/Firewire hard disk, you may, just may be able to find "universal" or "generic" mass storage drivers for Win98 that may make your iPod work.
It probably isn't worth the effort though.
On another note, because the iPod is, as I said before, a mass storage device, Linux probably won't have any problem reading its contents, and considering you mentioned Win98 you probably have a not-so-modern PC, and there are extremely lightweight and lean Linux distros that run easily on older hardware - I'd suggest Puppy Linux, which has a "LiveCD" version that runs entirely from a CD without touching your computer or Windows 98. You could boot off Puppy when you needed to put files in your iPod and then reboot back to 98, or you could "take the big step" and install Linux (Puppy can be installed).
AdvantagesIt will receive security updates, unlike Windows 98It will be compatible with newer software (software that is compatible with Windows XP)It has support for newer peripheralsDisadvantagesIt is less compatible with older software, including software from Windows 98It has higher system requirements than Windows 98
Chances are, probably not. Any PC that is running Windows 98 SE probably only has USB 1.x ports, which don't carry enough 'juice' to really charge an iPod nano. Also, iTunes itself (the software manager for the iPod) requires at least Windows 2000 to run. As an alternative, Apple makes wall chargers for iPods that can be purchased for about $30.
You cannot get Windows XP on an iPod Touch or iPhone. Windows XP is software that can only be used on a PC. Windows XP will not work with the iPod Touch or iPhone. Though, you may be 'able' to, you cannot legally get Windows XP on an iPod Touch or iPhone. It is hard enough to get Windows and Apple to cooperate in the first place. Currently, you cannot install the Windows XP OS on an iPod Touch or iPhone (clean install, removing the original Apple programming). However you could possibly use emulating software such as the bochs.deb 3rd party app to simulate XP; in other words, you may run XP on your iPod, but it will only be as an app, and therefore could not use all of the RAM that is installed on the iPod Touch or iPhone. Older OS, such as 3.11, 95, and 98 have been able to be emulated on an iPod and iPhone, however people making videos on emulating XP on iPods and iPhones have not included instructions on how-to, and therefore there is no real proof that XP may be emulated on iPods and iPhones.
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