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Old 10-06-2004, 09:46 PM   #16
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Good Night bud! Thankyou for your help also. Well I don't want to be able to view anything from 95. So here is what i'll do i'll just play around for the night with installing all these things differently! well just for windows 98, windows 95. I'll probably just install windows 98 and dual boot that with my windwos 2000, windows xp.
 
  


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