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Change Location of Cab files

Posted on 1998-05-31
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If you installed Win95 from disk and now have a cd, how do you change where windows thinks the cab files are.  I want it to ask for the cd instead of the disks..
I know its in the register, I need to know what to change.
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Assuming your CD drive is  D: & your version of the Windows 95 CD is the same as Australia - change as below

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SETUP

SourcePath "d:\win95"
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