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).
No. Windows XP and Windows 98 are installed from different CDs.
Not all but most DOS software can run on Windows 98..
No to use and ipod nano you need windows xp or newer
Many applications and games written for or compatible with Windows 98 will run on Windows Vista.
You probably don't. Most software designed for 98 will still work with XP; the reverse is not true.
By running the setup program.
1. You have just installed windows 98. During testing, if fails to start after the "starting windows 98" message appears. What should you do to troubleshoot this problem? Name at least two ways.
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.
There are thousands of games that run on Windows 98. With the proper codecs installed, virtually any type of media file can be played on Windows 98, as long as the computer is technically powerful enough for it.
It is a different software that has most of the windows software's before it incorporated into it like windows 2000, windows 98, and windows 95. Windows 7 has the same thing too.
Windows 98 can be installed on a FAT16 or FAT32 partition (FAT32 is the best choice for disks larger than 512 MB, and supports long file names better).
Windows 7 and windows 98 are both operating systems. What matters is the hardware platform. To answer the question, probably not. Most hardware platforms made in the days of windows 98 will not be sufficient for the needs of the windows 7 operating system.
It is very easy to do this. The only thing you must remember is that you cannot install windows 98 from Windows XP environment. Either install 98 first and then XP or after installing XP reboot in DOS mode. The install will ask for the drive to install to when you do so?
i have a CD with software for digital maps made for windows 98 is there any way i can play it with vista
You need to install the Novell Client software for Windows 98
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.
In windows 98 there is no security but u can secure your 98 window by installing third party software and windows xp secured if u choose ntfs partitiion
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
It is not wise to use windows 98 anymore on any internet connected computer as security patches are no longer available. Install windows 2000 as a minimum.
A disadvantage of Windows 98 is that newer software does not run on this operating system. Another disadvantage is that there is not anymore support available to do updates.
Windows 98 will detect that a card has been plugged in. Whether or not it can USE it depends on whether the card has Windows 98 drivers available, and if you have installed them correctly. Most wireless A, B, and G cards have Windows 98 drivers, but very few N cards do.
The Hard Drive with Windows Vista installed on it would not work in Windows 98 unless you reformatted it using the FAT32 File System, thus erasing all data. Windows Vista uses the NTFS file system, which is not supported by Windows 98.