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techguy21801

Win 95 Upgrade Disks

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ok i have a set of win 95 upgrade diskettes for win 3.1 . and i want to make a backup copy of these. but i can not do such a thing because for some reason the disks are special in being that they can hole 1.70mb instead of the normal 1.44. is there anything i can do to make this work? :)

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i had a mate of mine burn them to cd.. dun ask me how :)

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Why would you want win95?

ermm.. maybe the ppl that cannot afford a new computer or have low pc specs.. :)

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no my systems are fine, i have a friend which has a old at&t laptop w/ 3.1 on it and all it has is a floppy drive so he wants to upgrade it to 95 just for fun, there's nothing wrong with 95 or 3.1

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Tell your friend to run Linux on it....the thing will run like a champ....now i wonder how the compatability would be....

=Drew

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youcant copy them normally cause they are DMF format and thats a MS format for floppies hehe you need some kind of DMF copyer or formatter

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youcant copy them normally cause they are DMF format and thats a MS format  for floppies hehe you need some kind of DMF copyer or formatter

WinImage does that and much more John0877. Give it a try. It will even span diskettes across CDs :)

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