I don't see it listed as a Win98 motherboard, so doubt there are w98 driver files for it.
Automatic driver update for Acorp 6A815
OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Also a RAM limit. I remember running 1.5 GB RAM max with it, but that was only after I installed it, added a memory management program that extended the RAM usage allowed, and then put the extra RAM in. Otherwise it faced a 512MB RAM limit. Since that motherboard had only 2 RAM slots and didn't use ECC and DRAM was limited to 512MB max size DRAM, I used a trick. I put the 512 MB stick in the first slot, and it read the SPD from it, and I put an 1GB ECC DRAM in the second slot and it used that like it was the non-ECC DRAM.
Hiya to everyone. Right now I'm building a vintage PC with those specs:
Motherboard: Acorp 6A815 ver. 1.0
CPU: Intel Pentium III 933 MHz
RAM: 160 MB PC133 (128+32)
Video card: ATI Radeon 7500 AGP x4 128 MB VRAM
HDD: Western Digital WD400 IDE 40 GB
CD drive: TEAC 552E 52x CD-ROM with CD-RW support
PCI sound card, not really concerned on which one exactly just yet
10/100 Mbps PCI network card
OS: Windows 98 SE
Let's discuss how much such machine can handle. Also, even though this computer is mainly intended for nostalgia purposes and old games, I want to give it an ability to do some non-heavy modern tasks. Like install KernelEx to run versions of some applications that are newer than the ones officially supported by Win98, and set a page file to add some additional memory over the physical 160 megabytes - by the way, how big the page file for such specs should be?
Feel free to post your thoughts