Have a look for .cab files by entering *.cab in Start =>
>> Stay informed about: re-install 95/ no cd?
The 95 files may be on the hard drive in their CAB files.
You can't restore the factory state unless you have the
System Recovery CD - if it's a brand-name PC.
Yes, you can use another 95 CD to install 95. If it's the
full version, not the upgrade version, just rename the
win.com file to something like xwin.com, and make sure
that when 95 asks if you want to install it to the
Windows.000 folder that you change it to Windows.
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>i received an older computer from a co-worker, running
>95,he no longer has the system disk or boot disk. is it
>possible to restore the computer to factory settings and
>use another cd or boot disk to re-install 95?