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Windows 7: Windows 98SE in VitualBox help

23 Feb 2012   #21

Windows 7 X64

Hey Petey7,

I realize this thread is old- but what did you do for drivers for your Vostro? I have the same setup and just finished installing 98SE to VirtualBox but the video is terrible and I have no audio.

Any suggestions?

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24 Feb 2012   #22

Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit

I used the tutorial linked below. If I remember correctly, I used the universal BearWindows driver, but I can't remember why (glutton for pain maybe), and it is probably best to use the SciTech driver as recommended. I remember the sound setup going perfectly and taking very little time. Once a video driver is installed it should look and run a lot better. I should probably add that I only kept the set up for a couple months and no longer use any VM software.
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