Kasolai Posted November 1, 2007 Share Posted November 1, 2007 I'm working on an old dell computer that I want to run win95c on. My question is about updating it. I'm going to be installing Office97Pro and Visual Studio 6. There are so many 95b/95c updates on the MDGX site its making me dizzy! This pack seems a fantastic idea to consolidate them into one large 'service pack' style installer. But... what updates are in it ? There is no info about this update rollup pack! I can't find anything that lists what updates are in it. How am I to find the missing updates and install them afterwards if I can't tell what was installed. Anybody have this info? Is there a info sheet available somewhere that lists exactly what updates are in the rollup beta 8 ? Another thing I am wondering is install order. I have edited the 95c installer to completely remove IE. After its installed I load IE5.5sp2. The highest security rollup for IE 5.5 I can find that works is KB867801, anybody know of a newer one for 95c ? Doing a complete and full update of win95b/95c seems like a nightmare. I think its great that there are pro's out there that are working on the unofficial update rollup to make things easier. Since nobody makes updates for 95 anymore, it seems like the point can be reached where the update rollup has 'everything' in it and no further OS updates need to be installed.Using the modded windows media player 7.1 installer, I can load it on my win95c and it works fine, are there any update patches that should be applied? will they still work since 7.1 on 95 isn't supported?On the MDGX site, where he lists all those win95 updates, I'm unsure of the install order... Do I just start at the top of the list and work my way down? or do I start at the bottom? or are they not arranged like that and the order doesn't matter unless specifically said in its description?Anybody tried to figure a way to run IE6 on Win95?I know win95 is old and outdated, but its fun to have a super nice 'best possible' win95c setup on some of my old systems to show that even win95 can still be a very decent OS and prove its still useful.Thanks for any replies and yeah, I know I ramble a lot! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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