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I would like to know whether I can install both Chinese and Japanese Win95 in one system?  If so, how?  Thanks! :)
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Sure can. Here's how.
 INTLBOOT.exe
               http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/gbl-gen/intlboot.htm
This file will prepare the system and allow the user to boot between primary language versions of
Windows 95 from within the Windows environment with minimal effort and without having to
manually modify or copy files on the system.
WARNING: Do not use on compressed drives.
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