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LOOKING FOR WINDOWS 3.0 DOWNLOAD

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I HAVE AN OLD COMPUTER WHICH RAN ON WINDOWS 3.O WHICH THE KIDS USED TO PLAY GAMES
ON. SOMEHOW THEY HAVE DELETED THE WINDOWS. MY QUESTION IS AS FOLLOWS
.IS THERE ANY SITE I CAN GO TO WHERE I CAN DOWN LOAD WIN.3.0 TO FLOPPYS
AND RE-ENSTALL IT FOR THEM?
THANK YOU
JOLLY JEAN
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You could try EBay.  But make sure you get a copy of DOS 5.0 or 6.0 to go with it.  You'll also need DOS and Win3.0 drivers so dig out those floppies.
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Thanks eec.  :-)
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