Can Windows 98SE run on an Intel I7 with SATA hard drives?

Liam Proven lproven at
Fri Feb 5 07:01:53 CST 2016

On 4 February 2016 at 19:35, Dale H. Cook <radiotest at> wrote:
> In my world it is impossible for any one computer to do everything that I need to do with a computer, thus my five active PCs and many spares, plus old stuff like my CP/M machines in my personal museum. I don't use an MS-DOS machine to browse, and I don't use an NT-series-OS machine to run MS-DOS programs that need UART register access that NT does not allow.

Then you will be fine.

But you are refusing to address the actual point here: people choosing
to use long-obsolete versions of Windows for everyday mainstream use,
which is suicidally risky.

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