I have a packbell Axcell 359CD machine running Win3.11. I just bought an Acer machine and with it got a cd for loading WIN95 *to a new machine only". I can't find my boot disk for the PackBell but I want to reformat the disk and run 95 on it, too.
I don't care about losing data/programs should I re-format the hard-drive on the PackBell...I have the back-ups and most of the program disks.
How do I do this? Do I need to create a "boot disk" as some have suggested?
What's this question worth? I don't know? You tell me.
Just give me a step-by-step and I'll be a happy guy.
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