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WIN95 & Serial number on CD

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If WIN95 has been installed from a CD, but that CD is no longer available, is there a way to add components from a different CD, or must the CD have the same serial number as the original?

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As far as I am concerned the answer is yes you can and the serial no does not matter. (I've done so). However, are you asking because you have tried and failed?
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