This chapter took you through a few device specifics in Windows 98. I began by showing you how to use the Hard New Hardware Wizard. From there, you learned about CD-ROM drives, DVD players, graphics adapters, monitors, PC Card devices, infrared devices, and much more. I also showed you how to work with Windows 98's power management features. I finished by taking you through the Windows 98 hardware troubleshooting features.
I deal with hardware issues in plenty of other locations in this book. Here's a list of those places:
I discussed Device Manager and hardware profiles in Chapter 10, “Getting the Most Out of Device Manager and Hardware Profiles.”
The Device Manager gets all its hardware information from the Registry. To see where this ...