Rather than bashing folks who use Win98, I'd like to suggest they give Linux a shot. Doom3 will run just fine on Linux, and the Linux client will be released nearly instantly with the game appearing on store shelves. Doom3 MP was demo'd only on Linux PC's at last year's Quakecon.
I don't blame anyone for sticking to Win98, whether for financial reasons or a desire not to pour more money into MS' coffers, since it allows folks to do most of what you use a PC for, web, email, word processing and games.
Linux and Doom3 (if you have an Nvidia card) is really a cakewalk. Anyone who wants a linux dual-boot system, I'd personally be happy to help make the transition. Post here or for a lot of support, post on linuxquestions.org. I would recommend downloading the free version of SuSE 9.1 Personal from here: ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/9.1-personal-iso/
If you've got unallocated drive space, or a Fat32 drive with, oh say 3 or 4 GB free, that should be plenty of space for SuSE and Doom3.
In all honestly, if you still use Win98 as your primary OS, yuou may absolutely love SuSE for your full-time OS.This comment was edited on Jul 27, 23:29.
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