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I RECENTLY BOUGHT A NEW PC, WITH WINDOWS 98.  I HAD A PC WITH WINDOWS 95.  IS IT OK TO INSTALL 1) CREATA CARD GOLD PROGRAM, AND 2) AN ARTEC SCANNER?  THESE HAVE BOTH BEEN INSTALLED ON MY OLD COMPUTER, WITH WINDOWS 95.  THANKYOU, KAREN
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If it ran good under Win95, it should be fine to run under 98.  I have been running all kinds of programs under 98 that I ran under 95.  I only ran into one problem, an Anti-Virus program slowed up my bootup.   Other than that everything should run fine.  Far as your scanner, it should probably run better under Win98.  There are probably new drivers on the Win98 CD, or you can do a search on the web for new driver too.  But don't do that unless you run into problems.  I think you'll be fine.  Hope this helps.
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CALL ME COMPUTER ILLITERATE, BUT I DON'T KNOW WHAT A DRIVER IS, PLEASE EXPLAIN.  ALL OTHER INFORMATION IN YOUR ANSWER IS MUCH APPRECIATED.  THANKYOU, KAREN BAILEY
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