badflash has posted links to the drivers in the first thread in 'i-opener technical info reference' for 2-14.
i offered them to patcat88 when some of them had disappeared from this board.
i like the older '4in1425a.zip' better than the newest via drivers.
i always put each driver in it's own folder, unzipped, and all of the windoze installation files in their own folder on a HD bootable to a "C\" prompt.
on startup, go into the cmos setup (ctrl+alt+esc) and set the HD parameters to 'auto' and 'auto and shut off the irq for the display controller, then do the windoze setup.
after you setup windoze, install the via chipset drivers. go into the windoze control panel, system and set the hard disk controller to 'only primary channel enabled'
then install the trident display driver and go into windoze control panel, display, and set the screen resolution to 800X600.
next is the sound driver. if you have a version 4 or earlier I-o, use the correct yamaha driver for win98se, if you have a version 5, the older via sound driver '68mu200a.zip' works better than the newest.
the actiontek external call waiting modem driver 'cwmdn170.exe' is correct.
that takes care of the tricky stuff.