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I would like to know, how can i do to install a NetWork in Windows 95
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Goto controll panel, click on network, choice add network card.  the system will install your network driver you choice and install standard Client for Microsoft network and Client for Netware.  Depending which protocol your company use. you may need to change the protocol.  It is really depend on you or your company's network.

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