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OK...had the windows95upgrade on small C drive, got new larger HD and new windows op installed on it. Now all programs on old C drive(now D drive) won't load, missing dll's etc...any quick fix for this???  hate to reinstall it all
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bstorm....

No problem, get yourself Clean Sweep 95 (www.quarterdeck.com), and use it's TRANSPORT utility.

It will create a file (put it on your new hard drive in a separate directory), then install it on the new drive in it's original directory on the drive of your choice.

It will store all DLL's and will adjust the registry as well.

It works great.
Hope this helped
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thanx...will give it a try :)
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Keep me posted.
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