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Restoring a boot sector in Windows 95

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How do I restore the boot sector in Windows 95 without formatting the HDD.  I know it can be done bacuase I have done it before but I can't remember how.
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Is <fdsk /mbr> what you are looking for?
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Whoops, not enough coffee;-) I meant, is fdisk /mbr what you
are looking for, or are you simply trying to transfer your
system files from a floppy back to your HD?
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