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I have windows 2000 ad server and window 95 installed in the same machine .... I like to remove windows 2000 completely from this machine...and make windows 95 as the default OS....any suggestions on how to do this.....reinstalling win95 is not an option.......I need to keep win95 as it is now........
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Same way as removing NT4. Boot to a 95 startup disk and type:
SYS C:
then
FDISK /MBR

Then simply delete the Windows 2000 directories and the following files.
boot.ini
ntbootdd.sys
ntdetect.com
NTLDR
Hiberfil.sys (if it exists)
pagefile.sys
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