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Upgrade BIOS for Win95 OSR2?

Posted on 1997-02-22
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I am trying to install OSR2 onto a "clean" system. System is a clone Pentium 166 with Phoenix v4.5 Bios.  Trying to do install from CD-Rom, got just past scandisk when I got message saying (approx): "BIOS may not work with Win95.  Proceed after upgrading BIOS" and then returned to system.  Do I really need BIOS upgrade?
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try setting  the bios to default/normal settings

what os did the machine have before?


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