So I downloaded an iso for Windows 98 Second Edition and it seems to run really well on my old machine here. One problem I keep running into while trying to install drivers and stuff is that it keeps asking for files on the Windows 98 SE disc that aren't there. There's also errors for the Microsoft Network service during boot that I have to skip through. Is there another disc I should be using (without having to borrow or purchase one from someone else)? Or should I just continue my process of looking through all the files it asks for, downloading them, switching to my Live Linux CD to transfer the files to the hard disk, and then redoing the driver installation? ... or is there a better way to do this, lol. I've tried using Mass Storage Device drivers and I'm not about to peel open my flash drive and pick around the internet to find the exact driver I need that might not even be available for Windows 98.