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Undocumented Setup Switches

Posted on 1998-12-05
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If you type setup /?  at the command prompt when logged to the Win95 or Win98 cd, you get a screenful of switches. There are alleged to be other switches, such as /p f which cleans the registry and overwrites corrupted files, I think.
The question is: Where can I find an exhaustive and explanatory list of switches for win95 and win98?
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dudleyf,
The info you want can be found here:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q128/4/00.asp?FR=0

Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph
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Wow, exhaustive and explanatory and fast. That covers '95 completely, but do you have one for '98?
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.....haven't seen that one yet!
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