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How can I tell what version of windows '95 that I am installing without actually installing the product - upgrade  full version, windows Rel a, OSR2 etc
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Check the date/time stamp on the COMMAND.COM and/or *.CAB files.

Win95A OSR1= (I forgot the date)  9:50am
Win95B OSR2= 08/24/96 11:11am
Win95C OSR2.5= 11/26/97 12:16am
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