Old Mobo No-Go and Mystery-OS-o At one time, I'm sure this would have been good system to have. Now, it just keeps me busy... maybe too busy Motherboard: VIA Apollo MVP3 AGP Chipset 66/100 MHz Front Side Bus (VT82C598 north bridge) chipset BIOS String: 08/02/99-MVP3-586B-ITE86-2A5LEH2BC-00 AMD K-2 500Mhz processor 256Mb RAM Here is the info on the PCI card: MATROX 644-00 REV: A EAF50692 - serial number? two white stickers on the card: MGA-MYST/4SYS MGI-MYST/4SYS I've been on a friend's computer, or at the public library, trying to track down a resolution to the no-boot situation. So far, I've made no progress. The Windows 98 (second edition) OS isn't helping, either. The Original Version of Win98 ran for a while, then I bought a motherboard (Shuttle HOT-591P) and "upgraded" to Windows98 Second Edition. I keep getting a "fatal error", so that I can't load Windows 98 SE. Is this a conflict with Matrox? This old Mystique card is "glitching"... The error message: windows an exception OE has occured at 0028:C003B361 in VXD VPICD(01) + 0000039 this was called from 0028:C003B2C4 in VXD VPICD(01) + 0000099C All other attempts produce similar results. I'm ready to go buy a new card, but I would rather just make this work with this old computer, like it used to. I probably just need a different driver. Help me fix this "dinosaur" please. Thanks.