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UMSDOS AND LILO

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I have installed Slackware's UMSDOS so i would not have to partition my harddrive, I got it all installed, but it would only boot into win95.  I've come to the conclusion its because i didnt use LILO.  What i want to know is how to set it up on my c:\ with UMSDOS not partitioned?  
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demiurg earned 150 total points
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UMSDOS means NO LILO
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UMSDOS is not LILO.
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