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MS Exchange install problem

Posted on 1997-11-27
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MS Exchange install procedure:
Control Panell\Add Remove Programs\Install Windows 95\MS Exchange.

After it, MS Exchange create new folder: Progra~1\MSExch~1, and then work not properly
(folder Program Files already exist).
What is wrong ?

I was repeat this procedure (uninstall/install) several times.
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keldove earned 200 total points
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Try using a scandisk.exe before the reinstall.
If this doesn't help try: "install /p v" for verfication of your win95 files.....

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by:apsoft
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All system files are ok and there are no disk errors.
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by:keldove
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the folder program Files is named progra~2 in dos mode...Thats because you somehow managed to "loose" the MS table hack for long filenames....
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by:apsoft
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Sorry, this is the complete description of install procedure
(INTEL PENTIUM 120 MHz, 1 HDD 2.5GB - segate, 3 partitions C: D: E:, 1 FDD 3,5", ...):
1. MS DOS 6.22 standard installation (format C: before)
2. directly after: MS Windows 95 OEM (no OSR1 or OSR2) custom installation on drive C: (but without MS Exchange) - with dual-boot. This is typical windows installation but from custom option (with games and others).
3. MS Plus standard installation.
4. And now I wont to MS Exchange install. After this I have two Program Files folder, the first is Program Files and the second
is Progra~1 - in Windows Explorer !

Help !!!

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