UPGRADE FROM WINDOWS 98 TO WINDOWS 98SE

Hello
I have a Portege 3110CT I want to upgrade from Windows 98 to Windows 98SE. Is it possible and how can I do?
Francis

Hello francis

Do you have the CD of Toshiba Recovery and Tools & Utilities CD for this laptop?

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