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I was poking around the net looking for a way to set my laptop's contrast, 
and I found http://www.informatik.uni-kiel.de/~fst/linux_armada_e500.html .
It says that power saving hotkey works in linux, so I could set my cpu to 250 
and run for nearly 3 hours.

However --- these options need to be set in windows, the bios doesn't have 
the options in it's menu. :(

Anyway, does anyone know what the bare minimum install for windows 98 is?
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