is reporting that it did not have the drivers.
Don't know what you exactly mean by "tweaking my system via video card, mobo CD, modemCD.
What did you "complete installation" of, with these tweaks-CD's??
PCi management system bus refers to the mobo drivers that run the PCi bus, that then recognizes all PCi devices; which would then include your onboard or PCi video card.This would be about the 1 or 2 coprocessors, called Northbridge-Southbridge.
You need to research the mobo manufacturer, or the chipset maker (Intel or VIA), and download-load the drivers, which may be on the mobo CD. You may have chosen the wrong installation file on the mobo CD. We can't tell because you've said nothing about the mobo-processor-ram-video card, etc.
If the modem is a PCi type (instead if ISA), it also won't show as installed. W98SE has generic drivers that will boot your PC, but not all the way, as it doesn't have drivers past 1999 or so.
I just installed win98se and am tweaking my system via video card,motherboard cd, modem cd's. Upon the completion of the installation and rebooting, I get the following messages in regard to:PCI Management system Bus, PCI video multimedia device. I make windows search and it can't find them. I call on my win98 cd and I just don't know what they are referring to. Could someone tell me where I could get windows to acknowledge these items? Thanks