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No Briefcace or Blue skies & Clouds

Posted on 1997-04-06
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Recently I sent in a question about installing windows95 upgrade. I got an answer from mpompey and some from smeebud but the answer did not fix the problem.
The problem was that after installing win95 upgrade there was on "my Briefcase nor was there any Blue skies and white Clouds as there are normally.
All that you told me to check was ok. Please try again. Thanks. Ray
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the clouds is a bitmap on the 95 cd. find it and copy to your windows directory.

if you dont use a notebook with your desktop system you have no need for briefcase. if you do, go to control panel\addremove programs\windows setup and make sure the checkbox next to briefcase is checked. if it isnt it should be installed when you choose ok if that doesnt work you may have to reinstall and use replace missing\corrupt files..
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