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I have a machine with 405 megs.  How much space on the hard
drive is needed to run windows?  Also, I never intstallded
windows.  I may have to do a re-installation.  What are the steps
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Win95 takes up about 50MB of space and all you do is this to install:

Run the setup.exe file either on your CDROM or floppy disk 1.
it will go through steps but mostly you don't have to do anything but click on NEXT.

It does the install on it's own.

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