SETUP.EXE on vpc

I got vpc dos only, and i then got windows95.  i copied all the windows files(except for "products" folder) to my c drive and then went itno vpc. When i got the c prompt, i typed in "SETUP" to setup win95, but whenever i type it it just igves me another c prompt.  How can I run SETUP?
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EbenBrooksCommented:
First off, why did you copy the files to your C drive first? It would have been just as simple, if not simpler, to install it from the CD (I'm assuming it's from a CD, right?).

If you're determined to install the files from the c drive, you have to make sure that the C prompt displays the full path where SETUP.EXE resides. On the Win95 CD, this is on the top level, but if you copied the files into a directory, that directory has to be in the path.

If you can't get it to work, just try installing it from the CD. Do the driveletter-colon-backslash thing to get to it, and then type setup and hit return.
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