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Hi,

My computer is P5 75MHz, 850 Mbyte, 16MRam and network card. I want to install Chinese win95 upgrade from chinese win3.1.

However, after the installion windows for license agreement, the machine is hanged and  sounds "beeee beeee beeee" regularly. The mouse disappears and keyboard is also hanged. I have rebooted and re-installed the machine, but the situation is the same.

What's happen? How to install?
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henrie earned 10 total points
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Did you by chance have an enabled "Virus bootsector check" in your BIOS setup?
I've seen this before when installing Win95.

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