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I have windows 98(not se). I amtrying to install a logictech quickcam. My system stops the install because my 98 is missing some drivers. It asks for my 98 disk but my computer only came with a restore disk.

I have windows me with serial #'s and want to replace 98 with it but it will not let me run the setup. I have been told I have to set the system bios to load from my cdrom but I do not know how to do this.

Any help would be appreciated.

The cam is supposed to be 98, 98se, 2000, me and xp compatible.

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Whats the model camera you have? Have you tried downloading the latest drivers for the camera online? Also, what drivers are missing? I'd try downloading the drivers for your camera online from the logitech site then install them. I just installed a logitech quickcam as well, and I love it. Don't know if its the same model as yours though.

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