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Can I change the DOS that comes with Win '95?

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I have recently upgraded from Win 3.11 to Win '95.  I used to have Dos
6.22, now I have the new dos that comes with Win '95.  Now, I can't restore
some of the programs that I had backed up using MS-Backup in DOS 6.22, and
also some of the applications that I used to run on DOS 6.22 don't run very
effectively on the new DOS.  Is there a way that I can overwrite the current DOS
with DOS 6.22?  I tried to install DOS 6.22 but I got a message saying that DOS
already exists, and that I'd need to get an upgrade disk.

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When you first see the Starting Windows 95 logo press F8 for a menu, I think what you are looking for is:
Previous version of MS-DOS
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