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Fios and Windows 98

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I have a computer running Windows 98 that I don't care if I can connect to the internet with it but I would like it to remain part of my network. I read that the Fios software no longer runs on Windows 98. Is there a way I can still network my computers together once I sign up with Fios?
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If your computer has a Network card installed you will be able to connect to the internet with the Windows 98 computer. You will however not get the full speed of Fios due to the age of your computer. Verizon does not provide support for a Windows 98 computer. When you setup your account just set it up from another computer that is Windows XP or Vista.
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