Can you play Guitar Hero on Windows 98?
If your computer is so vintage that it runs Windows 98, then there is NO POSSIBLE CHANCE that your computer has the system requirements to run Guitar Hero III. You're better off just buying one of the console versions.
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.
Most of them will not work with Windows 7.
It should play them easily. I have games such as 'Doom 95' - which plays very well on my Windows 7 laptop.
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Windows 98 home publishing is for Windows 98. Windows 98 programs don't work well on Windows XP sometimes.
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Use Virtual PC (download from Microsoft) and the guest operating system is windows 95. While running windows 95 as a guest, Power chess 98 will run on the guest windows 95 virtual PC OS
the game was made to run in windows 95/98 although there is a xp patch around.
i have a CD with software for digital maps made for windows 98 is there any way i can play it with vista
I'm unsure if you can or not, but you might be able to find a download of the game on the internet
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There are no unique features of Windows 98, nothing is unique about Windows 98.
That is not possible. if you want to install Windows 98, you will need a Windows 98 CD.
Windows 98 came out in the year of 1998 that's why it's windows 98.
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difference between Windows 98 and Windows 95
What is the difference between windows 3.11 and and windows 98
"Windows 9x" is the collective term for all operating systems in the 16/32-bit hybrid family. These are Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, and Windows ME. Windows 98 refers to a specific member or two members of this family.
Windows 98 does not include a firewall.
Answer 1: just insert the CD and hope it wont fail Answer 2: If it installs then try setting the Compatibility Mode to Windows 98 (or if 7 doesn't have that far back then ME or as far back as you can) then follow he instructions from answer 1.
Possibly, but not usually. Windows XP was distributed for far longer than Windows 98, and a lot of hardware that is compatible with Windows XP isn't compatible with Windows 98. The newer the computer, the less likely it will work with Windows 98.
There is no specific printer that you "need" for Windows 98. Any printer with a Windows 98 driver should work.
No - after Windows 98 came Windows Me & Windows 2000 - then Windows 7.
Yes. Right-click the game's .exe file or shortcut, and select "Properties." Click the "Compatibility" tab, and select Windows 98 from the dropdown box. You can do this for both the game's installer, and the game file itself.
No. Windows XP and Windows 98 are installed from different CDs.
windows 98 is not compatible with NTFS
Most games written for Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 will run on Windows 98. Games that were only written with Windows 2000 or later in mind will usually not run on Windows 98.
The last version of Windows Media Player that will run on Windows 98 is WMP9. WinAmp 5.35 is the last version of WinAmp to support Windows 98. The last version of VLC to support Windows 98 (officially) is 0.8.6. The latest version of Media Player Classic still supports Windows 98.
windows 98 old operating system windows vista new operation system don't compare this operating system eg: your a windows vista your grand father windows 98
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Windows 98 isn't officially supported, but it has been run on Windows 98. If you cannot get the latest release to run, try downloading an older release like 2.45, which is known to work well in Windows 98.
yes it is. i used windows 98 before and it is so slow and crazy.
Windows 98 came with support for USB built-in; Windows 95 needed an add-on released only for OEM versions. Windows 98 supports FAT32 (and thus larger hard drives) out of the box; Windows 95, again, needed an add-on. Windows 98 included DirectX 5.0; Windows 95 did not ship with any version of DirectX. Windows 98 integrated Internet Explorer into the desktop shell; Windows 95 did not by default.
You can not convert a FAT 32 drive to NTFS in windows 98 because windows 98 does not support it. You can however mount an existing NTFS drive in windows 98 using a driver from www.winternals.com
USB is supported by Windows 95B and 95C, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and windows 7
Windows 98 has had no bug fixes or security updates since 2006. Most hardware manufacturers no longer supply drivers for Windows 98. Most software developers no longer work to ensure compatibility of their programs with Windows 98. Windows 98 has limited memory protection and no resource tracking, making it prone to crashes. Windows 98 cannot boot on a computer with more than 512 MB of RAM without unofficial (and very buggy) patches. Windows 98 does… Read More
No. The BIOS is a part of the motherboard, and operates independently of Windows 98.
I am not shure! but i think that windows 98-ME have memory problems.
Yes You can install both windows 98 and winxp in different partitions
Yes. The official system requirements are: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP 128 MB of RAM for Windows 98/ME. 256 MB of RAM for 2000/XP 2 GB of free space DirectX 9.0c AGP graphics card with at least 32 MB of RAM and hardware TnL DirectX compatible sound card
Windows XP is newer, it came out in 2001, Windows 98 SE came out around '98 to 2000.
Many applications and games written for or compatible with Windows 98 will run on Windows Vista.
Absolutely! In fact, all programs that worked with Vista (which includes Office 2003) will easily work on Windows 7. Just for future reference, many old Windows programs will work on Windows 7. I can still play some old Windows 95/98 games on my Windows 7 computer and they play perfectly!
No. Only Windows XP is supported; Windows 95/98/ME/2000 are not supported and are not planned to be in the future.
Windows 98 will support a maximum of nine monitors.
Yes. All versions of Windows 98 support USB.
All versions of Windows 98 support FAT32.
You don't mention the game in question, or whether you've tried using compatibility mode to run the game. The reasons they don't run may be because the graphics support (directx) works in a different way with later versions of Windows. Windows 98 is a 16/32 bit operating system, Windows 7 is 32 or 64 bit. It may simply be that the Windows 7 computer is so much faster than the 98 machines the game would… Read More
To upgrade from Windows 98 to Windows XP, you need a computer that meets the system requirements for Windows XP and a retail or upgrade CD of Windows XP.
1. Windows 98 no longer receives security updates or bug fixes from Microsoft. 2. Hardware manufacturers often don't make drivers available for Windows 98 for newer products. 3. Newer versions of Visual Studio don't support Windows 98, so many newer programs won't run on Windows 98.