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This means that you can't just jam the virtual CD into the virtual CD drive and let 'autorun' take care of everything.The best way to handle this is to simply move the Win98 install folder from the Windows 98 SE CD onto your virtual C: drive in Virtual Box, then change directory to that folder in a DOS prompt and run the setup program manually:setup /p j This will force ACPI power management (and the associated CPU IDLE functions) to be installed, and your Win98 virtual machine will consume no more system resources when running than a similar XP or Linux virtual machine.Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver, Windows 7*, and Windows Vista* (zip) This download installs version .2993 of the Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Windows* 7/Vista, 32-bit.Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Windows 7*, Windows Vista, 64-Bit* (zip) This download installs version .64.2993 of the Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator driver for Windows 7* and Windows Vista 64-bit*. Your personal information will be used to respond to this inquiry only.
It is not needed, if you create new VM with SB16, then install Win98 on it. Uhn WGRyc VEThe driver is a high quality commercial grade video driver (even includes some software emulated Open GL 3D support), and it does include an exe installer program.
So, long story short, there is NOTHING really wrong with Win98, the problem is that Virtual Box's emulated BIOS doesn't fully match up with what Win98 expects a real ACPI BIOS to look like, so by default Win98 will not install ACPI support (and unfortunately, the older APM support doesn't handle CPU IDLE, so we get problems).
The solution is to FORCE ACPI support to be installed, by using the/p jcommand line switch when running the setup program that installs Win98.
The second option is to get the Sci Tech Display Doctor version 7 beta driver (12 MB) -(contributed by Richard_S)https:// ... Despite having an installer, the Sci Tech Display Doctor is a little tricky to get going.
After the program launches, you have to find the little round radio button link to click to 'enable' the new driver (otherwise you still have VGA).
Recommended for Windows hosts.(Tested with VBox 2.1.2.-- and was successful with "bridged" network.