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Win95 FAQ Part 2 of 14: Re/Un/Installation
Section - 2.8. Top ten installation mistakes

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   10. Hitting the "exit" button on the 13th disk
   
   9. Lending your install disks to a friend, after you let Setup write
   your name to Disk 2
   
   8. Installing on your station at work, without letting your M.I.S.
   manager know (He'll find out though...)
   
   7. Installing on top of Windows 3.1 without enabling Uninstall
   
   6. Installing from a unsupported CD-ROM drive or network
   
   5. Installing on a system that doesn't work with 32-bit disk & file
   access in WFWG 3.11
   
   4. Restoring a backup of old Windows on top of your new Win95 install
   (real dumb)
   
   3. Not doing a backup of old Windows before installing
   
   2. Leaving the floppies write-enabled while installing
   
   1. Installing from a BOOTLEG CD-ROM (Watch it: They're showing up now.
   Buy the original and save yourself the troubles!)
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 2 of 14: Re/Un/Installation
Previous Document: 2.7. Why should I make a startup disk?
Next Document: 2.9. Things to try before re-installing

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