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Turning on my computer, the display goes through the moitions of starting up windows 95,(displays window 95 screen) however it does not go into win 95 until I prompt the c: drive in ms-dos to c:\win. How do I get ms-dos to do it atoumatically?
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set your MSDOS.SYS TO

[Options]
BootGUI=1

C:\>ATTRIB -S -R -H -A MSDOS.SYS [enter then]
EDIT MSDOS.SYS  [enter, make the change then]

C:\>ATTRIB +S +R +H +A MSDOS.SYS [enter]

Reboot

Bud
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jadar,
Remove any floppy from its drive and reboot.
What happens then?
Regards,
Ralph

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::))
Good Ralph.

Bud
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by:rmarotta
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Too simple, Bud?
Yours is a good answer if my comment is wrong, though.
jadar, let us know something......
Regards
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