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I have a problem installing Win95.  The install starts fine and then an error comes up saying that Win95 cannot display a Nondisclosure Statement and will exit to DOS.  After this the setup just returns to DOS.  I am installing Win 95 from a hard disk subdirectory where I copied all the install files to from my CD-ROM because this computer doesn't have a CD-ROM drive.  Any help would be appreciated as I don't know what this means.
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I think you're going to continue havint this problem installing from a HDD instead of the CD itself.  However, you may try putting SETUP.EXE into the root dir of the hard drive, then duplicate the Win95 dir on the hard drive and place those files there.  Then, run the Setup from the root dir of the CD instead of the subdir.

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