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Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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Install windows 95 from floppy


Microsoft Windows 95 employs the use of a bootable floppy disk to begin the installation of the Windows 95 operating system or to troubleshoot problems with the system. Microsoft Windows 95 uses the MS-DOS system to boot the computer first and then loads the Windows 95 operating system onto the machine. Windows 95 Boot Disks may be created in one of two ways: The Startup disk may be created from within Windows or a boot disk may be created from a free downloaded boot disk image. After the boot disk is created the disk may be used to boot the computer and install or troubleshoot Windows 95.

Click "Start" and then click "Settings" in Windows 95. Click the "Control Panel" option. Click "Add and Remove Programs." Click "Startup Disk" and then click "Create." Insert the blank floppy disk into the disk drive. Click "OK." The operating system will create the Windows 95 boot disk. Click "OK" when the disk is finished. Create the Windows 95 Boot Disk using Downloaded Boot Disk Image Open a Web browser and navigate to the boot disk image site (See "Below"). http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm Download the Windows 95 boot disk image and save the .EXE file to the desktop. Click the .EXE file to unzip the enclosed files. The formatting application will start. Insert the blank floppy disk into the disk drive and click "OK." The Windows 95 boot image will be created on the blank floppy disk. Use the Windows 95 Boot Disk Insert the Windows 95 boot up disk into the computer's floppy disk drive. Power the computer down by clicking "Start" and then clicking "Shutdown." Power on the computer with the Windows 95 boot disk in the floppy disk drive. The computer will boot up into MS-DOS to enable installation or troubleshooting of Windows 95.

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Hard disk sector problems


Yes, and maybe.

How's that for a clear, concise answer?

When using the Restoration Disk, or a fresh new Installation Disk; if there are bad sectors you will be advised that CHKDSK, is about to run. (Or instructed to use CHecKDiSK, and how)

CHKDSK will then see if there are good sectors that it can move info over to, OR; you will be advised that you have an irreparable hard disk. (Harddrive)

Reformatting is using the Restoration Disk, or Full Installation disk; and when asked choose Full Install.
(Destructive Installation)

Do NOT click on Format in ANY other way.

USE the Restoration Disk, or Full Installation disk.

(Otherwise you will wipe the harddrive clean, and you do NOT want to do this)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
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Can i use windows xp installation disk for a dell pc on a emachines pc


Not likely, especially if it says that it's an OEM disk. Those are made especially for particular PCs.
If your PC boots without the disk, you may be able to then insert and run the installation if you can find it on the disk.

You could find a standard XP disk online for cheap, or I recommend to check to see if your PC will run Win7, you will be happier.

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Think Point!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All these solutions sound nice. The problem is that even in "Safe Mode with Networking" I cant access anything on the computer that includes the start menu. So I cant install...


One way:
* remove the disk-drive from your computer
* install a different disk-drive (any old, 4GB or larger, disk-drive will work)
* install Windows onto that disk
* install anti-virus software onto that disk
* reconnect the previous disk-drive as a "slave" disk-drive
* launch the anti-virus software, targetting that "slave" disk-drive
* shutdown
* disconnect the different disk-drive
* boot from the original disk-drive, now that it is virus-free

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I use Conopus ADVC- 55 connect with dest top operate system windows 7 but computer can't see after I connect. How should I do?


Is there a installation disk along with the ADVC-55? If there is, install that installation disk in order that the Windows 7 will recognize the hardware or the ADVC-55. After installing the installation disk, you can now connect the ADVC-55 in your desktop.

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Recivery disk


The recovery disk is nothing more than an Windows install disk with all the drivers already in. If you don't have it then install Windows using any other Windows disk and your key and download, save and install the drivers manually after that.
You can find them here
http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/search.asp?param=507GR&st=kw

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Steps on how to make a recovery disk


first i recommend you format your pc first..

after that install all the application that are important...

don't install games i suggest...

then..

after that..

install a recovery disk application..

there are many free applications that you can download in the net..

click here
this is one of them..

after you have installed it make your recovery disk.. just follow instructions and you will surely have one...

this is another one free recovery disk software...
click here

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My computer display error disk reading while it is


check your disk for scratches etc and make sure it is clean. Then, using the disk, reformat the hard disk and re-install from there. DONT take the disk out of the drive unless the installation program asks you too. Once the install program releases control and you have entered any names and passwords, then you can remove the disk. Once everything is finished, make sure you re-install your mainboard drivers next. If you no longer have this disk, you can download them from the PC's manufacturer or the mainboards manufacturer.

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Vista 32 clean install


Is the "i have a full copy of vista " the origional disc that came with the computer/ Does it say OEM on the disk?
If so, sometimes it is a one time use.
Why the clean install?
Let me know asap.
Thanks

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Windows xp home edition reinstall


If you use his disk, that will be better, because if it is original HP disk, it should install all original drivers at all, however this may delete all files on the computer depending on the type of installation you do.

Installing an older version of XP home does not make a big difference , as windows will update the system using automatic updates. What must be done, is ensuring that all proper drivers are installed.

Check device manager, in control panel/system, and see if all devices are installed with proper drivers.

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