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Win95 FAQ Part 4 of 14: Hardware
Section - 4.13. Top ten hardware mistakes

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   10. Using a DOS CD-ROM driver
   
   9. Using real mode PCMCIA drivers (DOS PCMCIA sucks!)
   
   8. Using a Gravis Ultrasound with Win 3.1 drivers (Visit Gravis,
   (http://www.gravis.com/) GUS owners, and get your fair support!)
   
   7. Running a Win 3.1 setup program to install drivers
   
   6. Running a DOS setup program to install Win 3.1 drivers
   
   5. Installing a Plug & Play modem without enabling Plug & Play on the
   modem
   
   4. Buying a piece of hardware without Win95 support
   
   3. Buying a whole bunch of HDs, CD-ROM, tape drive, scanner, without
   considering SCSI
   
   2. Buying a notebook computer without Win95
   
   1. Buying an IBM compatible with an Award PnP BIOS (Upgrade to MR
   BIOS (http://www.mrbios.com/) soon!)

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 4 of 14: Hardware
Previous Document: 4.12. Other PnP theory (SCSI, monitors, printers, PCMCIA, etc)

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