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    Try a BIOS Password

    It may seem harsh, but to at least prevent use without someone around to monitor the culprit. Try using a BIOS password.
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    Try the "Unofficial 98SE Service Pack" bet that...

    Try the "Unofficial 98SE Service Pack" bet that help
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    I have used the Unofficial Service Pack on about...

    I have used the Unofficial Service Pack on about 3 or 4 machines and i must say it is very nice. A great thing about it, is that it removes the limit on RAM.
    VERY,VERY nicely done and well...
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    Perhaps it is the computer that will not allow...

    Perhaps it is the computer that will not allow you too open that many tabs... as i myself have had over 40+ tabs open at the same time doing research
  5. I realize this is an old post but why not since...

    I realize this is an old post but why not since you have more then one hard drive and 98 is no longer supported, install xp on drive c and for the last and best updates on 98SE try the " 98SE...
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