Installing without the 95 or 98 CD ROM handy

Tip for installing without the 95 or 98 CD ROM handy.

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When performing an install on a 95 or 98 client, and you do not have the 95 or 98 CD ROM available, when Windows needs to copy files, try checking the C:windows or c:windowssystem directories for the files. You may need to switch between directories during the install. This has worked for me about 95% of the time.


This was last published in March 2002

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