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 PostPost subject: Win9x install disk        Posted: Mon Aug 04, 2008 12:47 pm 
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I'm currently refreshing my Win9x install cd-rom. It basically is a merge of the Win95/98SE/ME disks, with things removed, and other things added. For the most part, i retain the same directory structure, because some batch files expect this.

Code:
 \WIN95    win95 cd upgrade
 \WIN98    win98se upgrade
 \WIN9X   winME     we use this in MDGx 98se2me update proggie
 \WIN31   msdos 622 + win311 (both versions).  used to validate upgrades + dual boot
 \DOS71   revised MS-DOS 71 (different)
 \BIN       binary files
 \PATCHES   patches for 0950 + 2222 + 3000
 \COPYOVER  stuff to copy over
   ~\RUNME  programs to be run on install (eg DLL installers &c)
   ~\WINDIR  copy this into windows directory, also W2222 &c
   ~\PFILES   copy this into program files, also P2222 &c.


For the most part, a few extra things are added (PLUS95/98, RESKIT, alternate drivers, kernel toys and powertoys.

Most of it is set up to allow things to run that install things from other parts of the 95/98/ME disks.

I'm thinking of doing it as a custom OS.

A second disk is roughly layed out, corresponding to 95B + 98FE and an assortment of other things.

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