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Old 04-14-2017, 07:50 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Xavior View Post
95/98/ME used device manager just like 2k/xp/vista/7/8/10.

Protip: Driver Packs. Don't slipstream just unpack and scan folders with device manager.

Otherwise: hunt drivers with hardware-id

P.S. even in the early two-thousands a lot of BIOS didn't even support USB boot. Only network, IDE, and SATA. VIA boards even later than that for some reason.. I had thinkpads that didn't even support CD boot but could run XP.
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