Tell ya what.... I will do my best to help... I kept running into so many snags that it is hard to say what I did....
So....Here we go....
Since you have a Win98 machine perhaps the actual files located here will do what you need. I was unable to get them to work, I am assuming it was because I was using a Win2K box and it wants a true DOS OS.
I think you can copy the .exe file to a floppy and run the program on the floppy (it will extract the files directly to the floppy)
You may not need Disk 1 but you might want to have it ready just in case.
Take a deep breath.....
Then try these steps:
1 - Boot your Win98 pc to DOS (Not Windows).
2 - Put this EtherDisk (Disk 2 - I think) in the diskette drive and type A: at the DOS prompt.
3 - Enter PNPDSABL.bat at the DOS prompt. The configuration and diagnostic
program will execute twice. The first time it executes, the
configuration and diagnostic program "kicks" the EtherLink III ISA out
of its PnP wait state. During the second execution, it disables
Plug 'n Play. The final message displayed will be:
"The 3C5X9 adapter, adapter number 1, was successfully configured"
4 - Finally, remove the EtherDisk from the diskette drive, and turn the
computer power off, then on.
Sounds simple....... But as I stated this didn't work for me.....
If this doesn't work for you let me know I think I may have a couple of other suggestions....
Also, there is a readme.txt file on the disks with some info....