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installing 95 in new system?

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I just bought a mother board, cpu, a drive and all that good stuff.  Nothing is on my computer yet.  What steps do I need to take inorder to install win95 onto the computer?
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first tyhings first you need to build the computer. then after it is built you need to boot up the system run fdisk, depending on the size of your hard drive and what version of 95 is running be it  a fat 16 version or a fat 32 version you will need to see if your bios will accept the size hard drive you have if it does configure it partition it in fdisk format it and run setup if your bios wont accept the size hard drive you have you might need to use a partiotioning program like easy drive by western digital which will partition it for you as well as format it from there you need to boot with your cd rom boot/setup disk only if you didnt use ez drive( if you used ez drive you must wait till it takes control0 hold down the control button and boot to your cd/set up disk , run set up if you are not famialr with sert up run typical
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