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I am writing a msbatch.inf file for a OSR2 network install on a IBM PC330 using a Network card, Intel EtherExpress pro/100b PCI card.  The files for this card are to new and are not included on the OSR2 .cab files so the install stops each time to asks for the cards drivers.  In the previous MSBATCH installs of 95 we used the netsetup to expand the files into there proper folders. Then we would insert the drivers for the PCI network card in the windows system folder and run the setup from the expanded files. This would find the cards drivers and run without stopping.  I need to do this is so we can login to the network the first time the PC reboots. Is there a work around for this problem, or a setup utility that will expand the OSR2 files into there proper folders?  Please help.
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Go to http://polaris.cincomj.co.jp/~pw/jkeyb.htm and click on
Painless Windows95 re-installation, then download
Microsoft Batch 2.0. "batch20.exe.
This will setup a batch.inf that you may tweak to your needs.

if this is not the answer you want. reject it. Acually we have a network setup section for networking questions.
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