"Windows" as it comes from Microsoft needs you to find and install drivers for almost everything. Microsoft installs a few drivers, but not for most modems, sound cards, video, and so on.
So, someone in my house decided that we should have XP loaded on our Daewoo CT6640. As anyone can guess, this particular setup just isn't suited for XP (64mb of RAM). After a particularly agonizing week, I decided to restore said computer to original configuration. When I booted from "Restore CD", I had a screen saying that it was checking system, and would shut down if required. It keeps shutting down and restarting. When I pull the CD out and try to boot from hard drive, the restore software has already formatted the hard drive. I managed to dig out of my files a copy of 98 and installed it. Now, the computer will not recognize my modem, and in system I have exclamation marks on PCI Communication Device and PCI Multimedia Audio Device. When I try to update the driver, (by both using "driver disk" that came with 'puter, and windows search, it finds nothing that is compatible.
Will this configuration (CADY6) work with 98? Is there anywhere I can get help to use the Restore CD? The system came with WinME, and, lord help me, if I have to go back to WinME I will.
Any help would be appreciated.