YCG96 Posted November 28, 2012 Share Posted November 28, 2012 Windows 95 CDROM's are not bootable. That's... the upgrade versions are not bootable whether on floppy or CD-ROM, but I just realized that the CD-ROM I used is the Windows 95 "for PCs without Windows" CD-ROM.If you're just going to copy and re-modify it each time you install, why not just use FIX95CPU as-is? I actually tried to use FIX95CPU 2.0 "as-is" - I tried to use it the first time just after Windows 95 was installed and just before it booted for the first time, but then when Windows 95 booted for the first time, the "Setting up Hardware" process seemed to reinstall some of the VxDs that were replaced when I ran FIX95CPU from the Windows 95 CD-ROM and I got the same old Windows protection error during the next boot, and I used FIX95CPU the second time after that happened, but despite the fact that FIX95CPU 2.0 was slightly updated so it should also work after Windows 95 tries to boot and displays the Windows protection error, I still got the same old Windows protection error after running FIX95CPU. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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