My PC was given to me second hand without any CD-ROMs or manuals, the person who gave it to me is no longer on the scene (divorce) so I can't ask for them. Can another CD-ROM be used or a copy of one? My OS is 98SE. Cheers
If it is all the cd's for your pc that came woth it then you can get all your drivers, whats on the CD, then you can have them from the internet, as MAJ said, search on Google, and driverguide.com ...you will want to see what ones are needed, use a program called Belarc Advisor, search on google and download it, tells you video name etc what you should search to download, then put on a cd or on another partition. As for your programs like office and Win 98 it is illegal to have a copied version so you will need to find a new one which is hard nowadays but you can get it for £75 from the internet click here ok...
you can download any drivers that you need. As for your progs if they were legal when put on you would only need them again if your pc dies. If you do not need them now it would be useful to know where to get them from if you need them but it may well be that you decide to get a new pc either then or before it dies and then you would get new so no problem.
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