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Pentium 2 Chips and NT 3.5

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 I upgraded to a P2 333mzh board, and I have NT 4.0 but only a upgrade. I need to install 3.5 first, but during the setup. Setup tells me that the current processor is supportive. The chip works fine in 95. Any answer to this
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The NT4.0 UPGRADE installation requires you to have one of two things:

1) An existing installation of 3.5 or 3.51 (which seems to be what you are trying to do)

2) The installation media for 3.5 or 3.51.  If using this, it gives you the option of inserting the media for it to check when it comes to that stage of the installation process.  If you don't have NT4.0 boot disks (which you need for this type of installation), then there are instructions on the NT4.0 CDROM telling you how to make them.
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