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Win95 FAQ Part 9 of 14: Maintanence
Section - 9.13. Can I remove the "failsafe.drv" directory?

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   If you don't use disk compression you can remove this. Otherwise
   don't. Win95 uses the programs here to undo interrupted compression
   tasks. The programs in here are actually Win 3.1 programs, that run in
   the special DOSX environment, to do compressed drive conversions and
   such.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 9 of 14: Maintanence
Previous Document: 9.12. What are "mscreate.dir" files? Are they safe to remove?
Next Document: 9.14. Can I remove the "~mssetup.qt" directory"

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