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A while back, had to reformat hard drive and reinstall windows/windows95(upgrade CD).  The Accessories/Games such as Rattler Race and Ski are no longer available.  When I copied from backup and tried to execute, get popup message to "reinstall entertainment pack".  I can't find EP anywhere. Does anyone know how to reinstall EP???  
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The Entertainment Packs would be seperate disks (or CDS).  Windows 95 Upgrade CD does not contain them.  You have to use your original Entertainment Pack disks to reinstall the games.
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Unfortunately, EP was pre-installed... I didn't get the diskettes (or CD).  I guess I expected as much.  Thanks for the response.
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