Help with installing hard drive with new motherboard
Okay, I have a new motherboard (an MSI K8T Neo-V to be exact)
And I installed my video card with no problem, but I have a hard drive that I scavenged from an old Dell Pentium 2 computer. IT had Windows 98 SE and Windows XP on it. When I installed the hard drive into my new case and plugged it into my motherboard, and started it up, everything went fine. Until I came to the operating system select screen. If I chose Windows XP, the screen would go blank, and the system would just restart. But if I chose Windows 98, it would try and start up, but when it was almost done loading, it would give me an error message saying,
"While initializing device V86MMGR: Insufficient memory to run Windows. Quit one or more memory-resident programs or remove unnessesary utilities from your Config.sys or Autoexec.bat files and restart your computer."
I don't really understand what this is trying to tell me. I've got 1GB of RAM, and 128MB of video RAM.
Do I just need to format and repartition my drive?
Oh, and another thing. I am able to run Windows 98 in Safe Mode, and everything kinda runs okay there, if not a little slowly.
Please give me some feedback.
Thanks in advance!