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For the record, does anyone know an easy way to explain the difference from a reload of Win98 with an overlay and without an overlay?
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Not sure what you mean by overlay.
I would assume you mean install win98 over a current version of win98 or a new install.

The big difference is that a new install creates a registry and other system information files and the other uses the current version and just updates the windows operating system files.

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