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how do i load win 95
have run fdisk
and format c:
now what do i do
this machine is a p133
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I am assuming you have the windows 95 CD version
To install Win95, you have to be able to access your CD-ROM drive from DOS.  You will probably need a boot disk for this.  If you don't have a CD-ROM driver, you can usually download one off of the CD-ROM drive manufacturers home page.

Once you have the computer started up and you are in DOS, and you are able to access the CD-ROM drive, insert the windows95 CD into the drive, and then type d:setup where d: is your CD-ROM drive.  Windows should take over from there.


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