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cd-rom 95 to disk

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where can I get a step-step instructions to put 95 OSR (?)
from cd-rom on to a new hard drive? and is there a good web site with this kind of info?
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Hi,


   if you are talking about how to install 95 from your harddisk, then go here:

How to Install Windows 95 from a Hard Disk
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q169/5/01.asp

If you are talking about how to install 95 as an upgrade, then go here:

Upgrading Existing Operating Systems to Windows 95
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q151/0/62.asp

If you are installing 95 onto a new harddisk, boot up with the win95 setup disks and follow the onscreen instructions.  

If you need more, just ask.


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