Hey guys - at the store I work at, we've got a kiosk that just lost it's mobo. One of the capacitors on it blew and spewed acid all over it. Not a pretty sight. The system is running Win 98 on I think an 800mhz processor - but only 128MB of RAM. I'm gonna replace the mobo with a Socket A mobo and an Athlon XP 2200 processor. BUT, the software that runs on the kiosk is not made for XP. So I have to stick with Win98. Since the board is made for XP, am I going to have any problems running 98 on there? Or is this baby gonna fly just as fast as if I had XP on it? Thanks guys!