Something seems to be very wrong. But it seems unlikely that an error in any program could cause all of this, unless it's really a corrupted registry.
This forum can't provide a recovery disk (restore CD), I'm afraid. That should have come with your computer. You might obtain a duplicate with the manufacturer.
All I can advise: boot into MS-DOS and type scanreg /restore. Choose a date when everything worked correctly and you'll get the registry back as it was on the first boot of that day. Only the registry (and a few other files) are restored. That's far less than the system restore in Windows XP. But if you're lucky, it does the job.
Hope this helps.
Sony laptop VAIO PCG-F480, 12GB HD, WIN 98se, 600MHZ,256MB memory
Had a blue screen on shutdown. BatMgr program error caused shutdown. When rebooted, appears some of the registry entries were missing. USB ports now not working, cannot print to parallel port. Function keys not working.
. Error message- cannot find memory location to print to printer. Using one step load:
"invalid value for binding specified,
Error loading device driver NDISHLP.SYS,
Error 7323: one or more network transport drivers failed to load"