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Transfering Win 95' to another PC

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Hi, I have two older computers. The one is a 4/66i
Compaq with Windows 95', the other is a Compaq
386s with DOS. This is probably a dumb question,
but I'll ask it anyway. I was wondering if I
could somehow transfer Windows 95' from my 4/66i
to my 386s, or would I have to buy the Win 95'
software.
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Here's a good page that should help. http://www.cae.wisc.edu/fsg/win95/transfer.html
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by:rid
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Since hardware is SO different, I think you should abandon this idea and go for a 95 purchase. Besides, if the 386s name means a 386SX processor, you cannot install 95 on that machine.

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/RID
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