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Is it possible to upgrade Windows 98 to Windows 98 Second Edition ????

I know you can upgrade from windows 95 to windows 98 Second Edtion, but I was wondering if there may be problems trying to do this.
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go to
http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com/

you'll find out here
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< I was wondering if there may  be problems trying to do this. >

Not really, there may be a few little quirks, but nothing major.  Win98SE was all the added fixes made since the release of Win98. Most was available to download but there was a few that was not posted as downloads.

Unless there is something "fixed" that you need then it really isn't a needed upgrade.

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Is Windows Update available in 98?  You can update to 98SE (basically) by updating to the latest versions and applying all patches through Windows Update.
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