Reinsstalling Windows 95 with problems at control panel message

I am trying to refresh my PC by installing Win 95 over the same system of Win 95, because of another problem I'm having with the new Explorer Intelimouse with the optical eye. I get a message that reads as follows; Some Control Panel or device settings have changed since you last started Windows. Close all of your programs, restart Windows and then run Setup again. Obviously, restarting windows doesn't do the job. Whats the fix guys?????
Thanks Rogers
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SiteMasterConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I hope this is what you need. . .

Use the Ctrl+Alt+Del combination to end task everything but the explorer then try to reinstall.  If that doesn't work then boot from a windows 95 floppy and reinstall over Windows.  Let me know if that Works!!

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joedCommented:
Re instal win95.
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MrbreezeCommented:
1)If you have Diamond In Control Tools installed quit it before you run Windows 95

2)Go to Start,Find and do a search for Winmodem.cpl. If you find it rename the Winmodem.cpl file to Winmodem.bak, and then run Windows 95 Setup again.

Let us know what that does
                         Mrbreeze
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RogersAuthor Commented:
Mrbreeze,  could not find that file on my system.
Thanks for the quick suggestion,
Rogers
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zombiwulfCommented:
The suggestions from MrBreeze are the ones I was specifically aware of - but I'm sure there are other applets that will cause the same issue.

Just boot to a command prompt and run setup from there.
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jgagneCommented:
What happens if you look in device manager? Are all the devices set up okay or do any have a yellow exclamtion point or red x?  Delete any if they do and reboot.  If they come up the same, re-delete and reboot into DOS.  Run setup from there.  

** If you haven't already, copy all of the files from the win95 directory off the WIN95 cd into c:\cabs.  If you have any disks that have device drivers on them, load them into the same directory.  Be sure to run setup from this directory.  Good luck
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