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I am trying to reload windows 95 from the cab files from the hard drive, i get an error message telling me that could not open .INF FILE. the file may be missing. setup code SU0507.  I dont have any other way of loading win95. please help
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Check the following link, it does address to SU0507 error that you are getting

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q132/1/86.asp


Hope this helps,
Craig Mcgee
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Have you tried to run scandisk over the drive first?
Regards,
Ralph

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