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By dtanner ·
I am trying to install win95b with a boot disk I downloaded from for win95b. I have been able to download CD Rom drivers and am able to get a . Now when I try to run the fdisk command from A:, I get an "incorrect mydos version" response.

What is my problem?

THANKS for any help, David

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Incorrect MSDOS version

by Addam Moody In reply to msdos.sys

Most likely, your problem is caused by fdisk.exe being from a different version of 'dos' to the one you are currently running. Obtaining fdisk.exe from the win95b CD, if thats the version of on the diskette, should fix your problem.

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Have you heard of SETVER?

by padraig.mcdonagh@gmail. In reply to Incorrect MSDOS version


Long time ago I saw someone use the SET VER (or SETVER?) command to make a command "regress" to the version of - have a look at the DOS help files/commands and you might find something.

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