August 30th, 2002, 11:22 PM
Trying to load Win95
I got a friend of mine to make a boot disk for my IBM-P133 PC for Win95 when I put it in it tells me to type format c: then d: cd win95 then typesetup !!! When i do that it tells me Too many parameters-d: win95 does this make sense too anybody. Need help
August 31st, 2002, 12:19 AM
Alwyn lobo, hi!, and welcome aboard. You'll want to do it this way, exactly:
Insert the bootdisk
Power-up the computer
When you get to the A:\> prompt, type: FORMAT C: /U <ENTER>
Wait for the process to finish
REBOOT (leave the bootdisk in, select 'with CDrom support')
Put your Win95 CD in the tray. Type: CD D: <ENTER>
Type: CD WIN95 <ENTER>
Type: SETUP <ENTER>
Follow the prompts from there...
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September 1st, 2002, 02:29 PM
Ummmm? Junker I'm a little confused by all your CD commands.
Wouldn't at the A: prompt type d:
From D: type setup work?
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