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Old 06-20-2012, 02:35 PM
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Question Winows 95

Is it possible to find a link to download a Windows 95 iso file, I have valid keys just need the iso file to use.

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Probably not legally as MS set that one on an iceberg to die in 2002. If there's no support, there's no sales; if there's no sales, there's no legal downloads.

Anyone providing links to download an ISO would likely be breaking the forum rules about pirated materials.
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Probably.

I still have an un-opened shrink-wrapped copy if you want it PM me, and I will dig it up.

You can have it for the actual cost of shipping... (Probably $2 to $6 depending on First-Class or Priority mail)
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I have to admit I am curious to know who would want to run Win95, and why. If I had some compelling reason to use that sort of 16/32 bit OS, Win98 would be the more obvious choice.
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I have a laptop that originally ran windows 95, I want to restore it to that state as someone upgraded it to windows xp professional and has a driver issue.
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wouldnt bother with 95, use 98. never needed product kets from what i remember.
anyway, here you go...win98 se iso
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wouldnt bother with 95, use 98. never needed product kets from what i remember.
anyway, here you go...win98 se iso
Windows 98 that don't require a key = piracy

Windows 98 ask for a key on install
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wouldnt bother with 95, use 98. never needed product kets from what i remember.
Win9X (95 all flavors..A, B, C, and D...and Win98) legal retail/OEM versions required install keys....I remember running setup by the thousands.
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Me too. I support a phone system that runs on Windows 98, and I thought that was ancient.
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