Windows 98 was originally supposed to support 2GB of Ram. These claims were made before anyone could actually get 2 gigs of RAM. In practice it was found that systems over 1GB often had problems (BSODs, Reboots, typical memory horrors), or didnt work at all. The story behind the Windows 98 memory limits and the related myths and truths, are too many to discuss here but can be found online I'm sure. There was some weirdness with some Intel hardware, and anything over 64MB of ram there for a while. Those issues are long gone now though.
Even though I have never had a reason to try this, I understand you should be able to run 1GB of ram in your machine. Anything over that (as I remember it) puts you into a gray area.
I wish I could be more specific, but I've never tried this myself. When all else fails, Google it. I would look online to see if there are "tweaks" you need to make to run that much memory. Lot's of "work-arounds" made things possible in back in the day.This comment was edited on Jul 28, 03:48.
He cut the possum's face off then cut around the eye socket. In the center of the belt buckle, where the possum's eye would be, he has placed a small piece of wood from his old '52 Ford's home made railroad tie bumper. Damn, he misses that truck.