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Win95 upgrade without Win3.1 installed

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I want to install the upgrade version of Windows 95 without installing Windows3.1. I saw a solution to this problem on this site but can't seem to find it now. Something about a batch file which tricks win95 into thinking Win3.1 is installed. More detailed information on the contents of this file would be appreciated.
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by:akb
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i would seem to me to be a lot easier just to install 3.1 first!
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When prompted for update media, insert disk 1 of win 3.1 in yor4 floppydrive.. that _should_ work...
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by:Rustymon
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Yeah maybe, but what if you haven't got the Windows 3.1 disks. I just wanted to try and get a good clean install. I know that if you copy the Win95 directory off the CD-rom on to the hard drive that this will trick it into a clean install. I just wanted to find out how to write the batch file because I do a lot of installs for people and mucking around copying and deleting is a waste of time. Can anybody help me..............?????
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by:j2
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If you cant come up with the requirements to install teh upgrade, you should prolly not try to install the upgrade.
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by:Rustymon
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Does anybody have a list of the files on Disk 1 of Windows 3.1 or 3.11 Workgroups so I can compile  my own disk 1.
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