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Installing win95 over Linux 6.0

Posted on 2003-11-07
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I have an old 486 (16k of RAM, 100 MHz). I installed Linux 6.0 on it with the intention of learning linux -- but changed my mind. How would I get the CD bay to read my win95 install CD? What command would I use to install the BARE MINIMUM of win95... cuz I have only 16k of RAM?

Where would I buy more RAM for my 486? Do you know?

Thanks much,
OvidDiaconescu@yahoo.com
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three questions for 25 points :>)
question #1    try useing a bootdisk with cdrom support (win98 perfered)
#2   setup
#3   hummmmmm a toughy..  a computer store maybe ?   comp usa / best buy/staples/
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