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I have about 50-60 computers that I won at an auction. These computers will either be sold through my church or donated to needy children who have no computers. Most of them have no operating system on them, but have the Windows 98 sticker and product key, so they have the licensing required. However, I have 3 different brands of computers - IBM, Dell, and Gateway. I have the Dell Windows 98 Reinstallation CD that I have used successfully on the Dell PC's, but that will not work on the IBM's and Gateways. How do I get the IBMs and Gateways up and running on Windows 98 SE? I have the Full Version Installation CD for Windows 98 SE in addition to the Dell reinstall CD, but it won't work on the IBMs or Gateways either. Please help!
 

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The files from the cd located in \win98 are really all that is needed to install. Any standard Windows 98 cd should work (not a restore/branded one).

Also, as you're a charticable organization, I would contact Microsoft. They may (have in the past) donate what you need.
 
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