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describes and displays the major Readme files included with Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition Click Readme Contents to return to this page Note Only major Readme files are listed Your Windows 98 Second Edition CD contains more specialized Readme files such as the TXT files in various driver folders -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Important Files The file setuptxt located on your Windows 98 Second Edition CD discusses installing Windows 98 Second Edition including requirements and troubleshooting information The Microsoft end-user license agreement licensetxt is located on your hard disk in the folder that contains your help files For example CWindowsHelp The file intltxt located on your Windows 98 CD provides information to help you install and configure Pan-European regional settings General Information faqtxt Answers frequently asked questions about Windows 98 Second Edition generaltxt Provides information about startup problems disk tools disks and CDs drivers and removable media This file also contains last-minute information received too late to include in the other readme files For example if you have a question about a printer it would be helpful to look in Generaltxt as well as in Printerstxt networktxt Provides information about installing and using network servers supporttxt Provides information on the different types of assistance available to you tipstxt Contains useful tips and tricks you can use in Windows 98 Second Edition Programs and Utilities configtxt Contains information about commands you use with your Configsys file For advanced users programstxt Discusses running certain programs with Windows 98 Second Edition including MS-DOS-based programs Hardware and Drivers displaytxt Provides information about configuring display drivers and obtaining additional display drivers hardwaretxt Helps you troubleshoot hardware problems You may also need to refer to generaltxt printerstxt or mousetxt for specific problems mousetxt Provides information about troubleshooting mouse and keyboard problems msdosdrvtxt Discusses syntax for MS-DOS device drivers For additional information about MS-DOS commands see configtxt
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