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How can I Install and boot TWO WIN95 on one PC in two Partitions ??
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by:allways
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How do you mean... Is there two different win95 versions for two different people? Or what is  the meaning. I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to do....

Hope to hear from you again...

Good luck... Allways
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smeebud earned 100 total points
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It would be good to know what versions your wanting to work with.
However the is a great application out called "Partition magic".
It come with many feetures, including 5 boot managers. It's extremely user friendly.
See: http://www.powerquest.com/products/partitionmagic/
If you're using OSR2 let me know. No matter Partion Magic will do the trick.
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by:TMA
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yes I use OSR2, where is the difference ?


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by:smeebud
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OSR2 does not allow (without some trickery) multibooting.
But as I mentioned, Partition can over come that easily.
For more on boot tricks with OSR2 see:
http://ling.ucsd.edu/~erwin/osr2.html

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