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How to update a 'modemless' win98 PC

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I have a stand alone Win98 PC without a modem.  There is not a phone nearby either, so installing a modem is not what I want.

With Win95, I could download the patches, copy them to a zip disk and upgrade this way.  With Win98, I need a modem to pull down patches.

Is there a way to download the individual update files and upgrade this way?  Any caveat's?  Can I buy an update CD anywhere???
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After each download, the patch are store in C:\windows\msdownld.tmp you can copy the downloaded patches to Zip disk to the standalone PC.
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Excellent answer.  

http://www.websiteconcepts.com/win98/windows_update_without_downloadi.htm

This page had what I was looking for.
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