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cam install requires win98 disk, don't have it


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floridakitty

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I have an older IBM Aptiva computer, I just got a web cam. When trying to install the webcam using the cd it came with, it asks for the win98 cdrom. I do not have this disk, what can I do? Will the web cam even work with this old computer? (says it meets the specs of cam, barely heheee) My system has 64mb ram, 51% free, 32 bit file, 32 bit memory. The webcam is a logitech quick cam. Thank you.
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why don't you have a windows disk? Search your harddrive for a folder called OPTIONS.
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I don't have the windows 98 cd, because this is my moms old computer and she can't find it. She gave me this computer when she got a new one then she moved. I used to have a better computer, but lost it to an ex, it wasn't worth fighting over. If I could afford a new computer I would do it in a heartbeat. Any suggestions?
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why don't you have a windows disk? Search your harddrive for a folder called OPTIONS.

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is it there??????????
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yes i have an options folder.
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